Gospel music wonder kid Bahati on Sunday lived up to his ‘Ghetto President’ nickname by making a grand entry into Kayole’s Soweto slums aboard a helicopter.
The singer was in the area to drum up support for a Jubilee aspirant, Francis Mureithi, who is eyeing the Embakasi East parliamentary seat.
Flying in from the Wilson airport aboard the Chopper emblazoned with Jubilee colours, Bahati and Mureithi’s arrival brought business to a standstill as locals milled around to welcome them.
The ‘Nikumbushe’ hitmaker went on to thrill the crowd with a performance and preached peace as we edge closer to the August elections.
“Chopper Ride ? this Afternoon ….. #GHETTOPRESIDENT Went to Preach Peace to my Ghetto People even as We Approach this Election Period- Let nothing Kill Our Love 4 each Other? #Peace ?? #KAYOLESOWETO,” Bahati wrote on social media.
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