Tahidi High's Omosh Gets Emotional as He is Promised a House (VIDEO)
By AbbyNews | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 0 views
Veteran actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh of Tahidi High show has been on the headlines for the past few days after he opened up about his financial struggles. He revealed that he had rent arrears totalling up to more than 100,000 Kenyan shillings since he hadn't paid rent for one year and two months.
Immediately after opening up, Omosh received massive help from well wishers. Several people raised over 1 million for him through radio personality Jalang'o. Some also sent him money via mpesa. Through the cash sent on Mpesa, Omosh was able to clear his rent arrears and do some shopping for his family.
Today, Omosh has received another amazing gift. When he was in a live interview with Jalang'o this afternoon on Jalang'o TV, Sung Timbers company owner called in and promised that she will build Omosh a home on the land that he was gifted by Zero Hero Properties limited. This means that he will no longer have to worry about rent.
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