Mzee Tembo who acted as the principal in Tahidi High School citizen TV show series, has revealed why he didnot go broke as some of the Tahidi High actors and actresses. Mzee Tembo's statement was a moral lesson to most of Netizens online.
(Photo| Mzee Tembo)
Joseph Omari famous Mzee Tembo aged 78 years and great grandfather of six, featured in the series for 11 years, he was a tough and strict principal who was feared by students.
For 11 years in the series, he said he took most of the money he got from the show and invested in his family and that's why he doesn't beg from public members. Tembo have kids living in Kenya, Norway and Sweden and they took care of him during the pandemic when the Tahidi High show was pulled down from Citizen TV.
Tembo said that some actors drift away from their families after getting a lot of money and when they go broke, their own option is to ask for help from public members. Omosh pleaded for help after going broke and also Kellen asked Netizens to help her in paying daughter's fee.
Mr Tembo advise is to always invest in your family because they will take care of you when you don't have any money. Here are some of the reactions from Netizens.
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