Uhuru meets Bahati at State House after chair stunt at Kasarani
President Uhuru Kenyatta appeared to brush off controversy over gospel musician Bahati sitting on his chair by having a conversation with the entertainer at State House, Nairobi on Monday morning.
Pictures of the two in a one on one were posted on Instagram by State House Digital Director Dennis Itumbi.
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Bahati stoked controversy last month when he got President Kenyatta from his seat and sat on it as he performed during the launch of Jubilee Party at Kasarani.
Many criticised the move saying he had cheapened the presidency.
Bahati later apologized, albeit tongue in cheek.
The musician was part of people attending the Youth Summit at State House, Nairobi. The two met outside, with no seats around them.