Jalang'o Finally Raises Over One Million for Omosh
By benitobeinz | self meida writer
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Over the past one week,Omosh has been trending on social media as he had posted that he has 150,000 rent arrears that he hasn't paid and he was facing being kicked out.
Media personality Jalang’o has finally fulfilled his promise to raise Sh1 million for ex- Tahidi High actor Kamau Kinuthia.
Jalas secured a partnership with Sung Timbers and Homes who promised to build the actor a home in his recently acquired piece of land along Kagundio Road.
The radio presenter further collected cash worth over Ksh500,000 from well wishers including Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.
Omosh revealed that he did not know he had so many friends, noting that the support he had received was more than he had imagined.
"First and foremost, I want to thank God. I was in a very bad situation, at least I can now afford a smile. Although you see me crying, these are tears of happiness. Thank you for supporting me. God bless you," said Omosh.
An overwhelmed Omosh asked his fans to continue supporting him as he takes time to organize himself.
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