In Summary
  • Other pastors acknowledged his evangelical work in their tributes.
  • Jaguar, though not a gospel artist was part of a concert dubbed ‘Simama na Bishop Ben Bahati’ that raised millions of Kenya shillings to settle his hospital bill.

Artists and pastors paid tribute to Bishop Ben Bahati death on Monday evening has left many artists and pastors in the gospel industry devastated.

The Bishop, who was in intensive care for months after an accident along the Nakuru-Eldoret highway, was remembered for mentoring many gospel artists along with his evangelical work at Eldoret’s Global Field Evangelism.

Bishop Bahati was also a gospel artist with one of his famous hits being “Nimetambua” that featured Rufftone and Daddy Owen.

Gospel artist Daddy Owen paid tribute to Bishop Bahati and posted on his twitter account: “Just lost a father, a mentor... RIP.”

Singer Kambua also posted on her twitter account: “#RIP Bishop Ben Bahati.”

Other pastors acknowledged his evangelical work in their tributes.

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