Diana Marua, wife to Kelvin Bahati has penned down a congratulatory message to the father of her children after he was handed the Jubilee Party ticket to vie for the Mathare parliamentary seat yesterday.
Diana described the act of Jubilee giving the nomination certificate to her husband Bahati as a win for the youth of Kenya and Mathare constituency.
She shared on her social media platform;
“The devil might delay the process but he cannot deny what has been written and stamped in heaven. Victory belongs to Jesus, he has never failed us!
“This is a big win for the youth of Kenya and Mathare constituency!!!. Thank you Mr President and the 5th hon. Raila Amollo Odinga for giving #mtotowamathare a chance to represent the youth on the ballot come august 2022. let the journey begin. Mathare, you have won already. congratulations @bahatikenya. #bahatiformatharemp,” Diana Marua wrote.
In a post, Bahati expressed his gratitude towards his party and their leader President Uhuru Kenyatta for giving him an opportunity to bring Change in Mathare.
“Baada ya machozi…. ni bahati tena!!! the Jubilee/Azimio certificate is back and Mathare constituency can now have their favourite candidate on the ballot.
“It’s official Kevin Bahati Kioko will be running as a member of parliament Mathare constituency with the jubilee/azimio ticket. God has never let his people down… god has done it again.”
In a separate post he added;
“Thank You My President & My Party Leader H.E Uhuru Kenyatta for the opportunity to Bring Change in Mathare. Thank You also for giving the Youth of this Country a Chance to Bring their Contribution in the Azimio Government… May God Bless You, Mr President.”
Bahati added that he is optimistic that he will win in the coming general elections.
“I promise you the Mathare seat will go to the Azimio team… apart from Mathare I will go out there as Kenyans most followed musician to preach the good news of the Azimio government and also to bring change that is needed where I come from, that’s Mathare.”
Earlier last month, Bahati cried while addressing the media after he was asked to step down as Jubilee’s Mathare MP candidate in favour of ODM’s Anthony Oluoch.