Later, he attended Nakeel Boys in Kajiado after which he joined St. Theresa Boys in Eastleigh for his secondary education, and attained a mean grade of C+ in 2011. However, information about his high-level studies is still underway. Bahati started singing while schooling at St. Theresa Boys.
Bahati is one of the most celebrated male singers in Kenya. He started singing while in high school and came into limelight after his hit songs, ‘Siku ya kwanza and Mama.’ Since then, he has released several hit songs with renowned artists such as Mr. Seed, Mejja, Tanasha Donna, and Prezzo that have ranked him at the top.
Bahati’s adopted children are Rose Bahati, Morgan Bahati, and Purity Bahati. Apart from performing on stage, the singer also makes money from his YouTube channel. He also runs a TV reality show, ‘Being Bahati,’ that pays him well. Moreover, he was the CEO Eastland’s Most Beloved (EMB) that shut later due to undisclosed reasons.
Besides, he has won endorsements deals such as Ambassador for Motor Hub that have paid him a good amount of money. His net worth is estimated at $1 – $5 million.
Bahati started singing while schooling at St. Theresa Boys. Upon completion of his high school studies, he ventured into gospel music. He then met with J. Blessing who nurtured and helped him record his first song, ‘Siku ya kwanza’ that greatly contributed to his fame. It is after this he did a second song for his mother, ‘Mama’ that brought him fully into limelight.
After a long time in the gospel industry, Bahati announced of quitting from the industry , and has so far done collabos with secular artists. See more about Bahati biography, age, tribe, family, education, career, first wife, current wife, children, awards, salary, house, cars, and net worth.
The singer became an orphan at 7 years after his mother, Lucy Mueni died to unknown illness. He then grew in the streets as his father went ahead to marry another wife a few months after his mother died. Interestingly, Bahati’s brothers Kioko Ndirangu, Eric, and Benjamin are now grown, and are leading lavish lifestyles.