'Please Help Me Clear My Rent Arrears' Popular Omosh Of Tahiti High Beg Funs
By Samkania1 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Omosh as Known by his stage name is called Joseph Kinuthia, is a very popular actor. He has been on our screens for over a decade. His extremely witty character excites many and is recognized by all age groups across the country.
He is famous for acting at the Tahidi high show that was aired on Citizen Tv every Tuesday from 7:30pm.
On the matter of family and marriage, Omosh is a brother to Alison of Mother-in-law and the late Mama Baha who acted the role of Wanandi in the same program. What is not known to many, he is a married man with two wives, the first one is mama Ngatia who acted on the same program with him.
Despite all this fame however, kinuthia's life has not been going on well if what Muthoni wa Mukiri was posted online is something to go by. In her page, she has shared a video of the actor begging his funs to help him to raise 100k to clear arrears he owns to the landlord. Here is a screenshot from her facebook page.
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