Gospel singer Kevin Bahati has been making headlines in the political scene in the past few weeks.
About a month ago, he shocked many after unseating President Uhuru Kenyatta during the launch of the Jubilee party held at Kasarani.
He left the president standing awkwardly for a few seconds as he serenaded his wife with the lyrics of his song Mama.
This ‘unique’ act made his a commonplace name in the political circles with many faulting him for disrespecting the presidency.
About a week ago, the Machozi singer was pictured having a discussion with President Uhuru during the Youth Summit at State House.
These frequent meetings with the President and other political figures have led some to speculate that he is planning to vie for a political seat in the next General Elections.
A photo that was doing rounds on social media over the weekend added fuel to the fire as it seemed to suggest that he will be vying for Makueni MCA in 2017.
But in a rejoinder, Bahati – who once referred to himself as Kenya’s shortest serving president – distanced himself from such claims saying he can never be a politician.
He went on to say that he had been called to be the voice of the African child before telling off the people who made the poster that went viral.
There you have it.