An intelligence officer has condemned performer Bahati for driving President Uhuru Kenyatta off his seat amid the Launch of Jubilee Party on Saturday.
Esau Kioni, a security advisor on VIP assurance and counselor to Former President Mwai Kibaki, named the artiste’s activity a break of the President’s security.
Mr Kioni likewise said the vocalist’s activities added up to slight for the Head of State and addressed why the presidential security subtle element neglected to react.
Amid the occasion at Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi, Bahati took Uhuru’s hand and actually constrained him to stand up before sitting on it as he sang to First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, who was sitting by the President.
“The security team should have acted because that was a security breach. VIP security is not something to take for granted and if anything happened to the President, they would be answerable,” said Mr.Kioni.
He also said that the President’s security team failed to act proved they would not have secured the President if it had been an attack.
“The young man also harassed the First Lady and the Deputy Vice President’s wife Rachel in total disregard for their maturity and status in the country. What we witnessed was very embarrassing,” Mr.Kioni further said.