According to the information that has emerged online about the current life of Ngomongo who is a former actor at Kenya Broadcasting and Communication (KBC) local TV show called Vitimbi, the aforementioned once famous TV star is living a miserable life.
This is after he was he was dismissed from the KBC National Television after working there for thirty five years (35) without benefits. Reports emerging on social media indicates that the Ngomongo is currently living not a so good life. He is currently struggling to sustain life in Dandora, an area within Nairobi which is associated with low lives.
Following the information which was shared by one of Kenyans on Facebook, fellow Kenyans have joined in opining that KBC ought to had a scheme for the veteran actors after they retired.
Many of the former KBC veteran are not living good lives after there once hyped career as actors. For instance, Mzee Ojwang who was also an actor in the KBC Vitimbi show died a poor man despite having been a famous TV star.
Here are some of the reactions expressed by Kenyans on Facebook following the emergence of Ngomongo's current miserable life;
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