Reprieve For Ex Tahidi High Actor Omosh As A Renown Comedian Offers Him Ksh1M
By AngelMbuthia | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 21630 views
The Kisii 100 radio presenter Felix Oduor popularly known as Jalango has promised to offer the ex-Tahidi High actor Omosh Ksh1M to start recollect his life after his touching story of absurd poverty went video.
Omosh's heartbreaking story of how he is currently struggling to put food on the table for his family without a job touched a number of Kenyans as a section of them have come out to help the struggling ex Tahidi High actor and kick off his life like previous moments.
The renown YouTuber, Jalango, has promised to give Omosh Ksh1M so that he can start a life and propel well the wheel of his family.
"This hurts me so much. I promise to raise 1M to restart his life again" Jalango said.
The renown politician Alinur Mohammed has also promised to channel a help to the ex tahidi high actor so that he recovers to his previous lifestyle.
Maria's Dorea Chege popularly identified as Magie has also promised to chip in for financial support to Omosh.
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