Being Bahati Bahati bags lucrative deal with NTV

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This is ahead of his album launch.

Bahati to launch new show on NTV play

Gospel singer Bahati


Bahati is set to rake in millions after penning down a lucrative deal with NTV. 

The Gospel singer is set to become a reality star thanks to his new show on NTV called ‘Being Bahati’ that will start airing after World Cup.

play The show will air after World Cup (Instagram)


Speaking to Nairobi News Bahati disclosed that fans will get a front row seat to watch his private life and they will view never-seen-before footage of his wedding and dowry payment. “There is so much that people don’t know about me, like my wedding, the dowry payment ceremony and much more about my personal life,” He said.

play Fans will get a front row seat to his private life (Instagram)


The show will commence on the last weekend of July and will air during prime time on Sundays.  “You might have seen the advert running on NTV about a show I am featured. It’s a reality show that will start to air after the World Cup. It will air during prime time on Sundays,” He promised.

play It will air during prime time on Sundays - Bahati (Instagram)


The reality show is not the only ambitious project Bahati is pursuing this year as he is preparing an album and a 35,000 album launch in 2019.

“Preparing a 15 songs album and praying for a 35,000 people album launch. Can it happen in Nairobi? God can do it! #bahatitena2019”  The singer posted on Instgaram.

play #bahatitena2019 (Instagram)

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