A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed! Jalango Promises To Raise 1M For Omosh After His Story
By NewsZoid | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
Ex-tahidi High Actor Omosh has left netizens in a mixed reaction. This is after his heartbreaking story went viral. In his story, Omosh narrates how he is struggling to make ends meet. This is after he went broke and could no longer raise rent. Paying for family upkeep has been a problem to him.
Omosh went jobless and after that, life has become hard on his side. He no longer has a job and has big rent arrears. He can no longer support his life. He says that he has no job and only wish someone to offer him a job that pays even 200 bob per day.
Several Kenyans have reacted differently to this heartbreaking story. Radio presenter Jalango has promised to raise ksh 1 million to help Omosh restart his life. “This hurts me so much. I promise to raise 1 million bob to restart his life again” Jalango. Unlike other people who have reacted with only words, Jalango has reacted with action.
Omosh is just but among the many Kenyans struggling to make ends meet after being rendered jobless. Share your thought on unemployment in Kenya.
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