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Gospel singer Bahati has vowed never to seat on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s seat, or any other leaders’, again

Gospel singer Kevin Kioko, popularly known as Bahati, has finally seen the seriousness of his action.

Bahati got many people talking when he casually pulled President Uhuru Kenyatta from his seat during the Jubilee Party launch on Saturday, September 10.

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A screenshot of Bahati (in white suit) pulling President Uhuru Kenyatta from his seat at Kasarani on September 10.

He went ahead to sit on the president’s seat before doing the same to Deputy President William Ruto.

Despite receiving a phone call from State House assuring him that he did nothing wrong, he has vowed never to do it again.

His colleague, Rufftone, shared Bahati’s resolution on NTV on September 23.

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“I told him that moving forward, he should not do that… and he said he would not even seat on a MCA’s seat,” Rufftone said.

Rufftone urged fellow artists to respect protocol and people in power.

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