Bahati has traced his roots to Ukambani where he finally got to meet his centenarian grandfather, Mr. Ndivo.
The gospel singer, whose mother died aged 7 and was raised in a children’s home, took to his social media pages to break the news.
His visit to Makueni comes after he was accused on social media circles of neglecting his grandfather.
“Kindly or for God’s sake support your grandfather first before you support others, he needs you more than anyone else. Hata kama
Hata kama hakukusaidia chochote unafaa kumsaidia. Toa boriti liliko kwa jicho lako kabla hujatoa la wengine. Hivi unadhania mungu haoni unavyomtenga babu yako? If you truly have the love of your late mom left in you then huyu mzee needs love and care. Its shameful of you. You are enjoying life in Nairobi while your grandpa is suffering in the village,” a Facebook user said in the viral post.
On social media, Bahati appeared to heed to the concerns as he shared a video of his trip to Makueni in which he is seen spending time with Mr Ndivo.
He captioned the clip: “After Many Years without Seeing him_ I left the City to go and trace my roots ‘ Visited GrandpA; Father to my Late Mum Lucia, Memorable & humbling Moments With this Man that God has kept for Over 102 years..”
Watch the clip below: