Kiss 100 presenter and comedian Jalango has kept his promise a day after he said that he will come to the rescue of former Tahidi High actor Omosh. Jalang'o promised to raise Ksh 1 Million so that Omosh can restart his life again.
"This hurts me so much…I will host Omosh on Tuesday and I promise to raise him Ksh 1 million to restart his life again,” he wrote on his Instagram page after watching an emotional video of the famous actor begging for help.
So far, Jalango's friends and some of the companies that he partners with as a brand ambassador have promised to donate cash to Omosh. Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has promised Ksh 100,000 while local credit company Mwananchi Limited has promised to clear Omosh's rent arrears.
City businessman Allan Chesang, who is a well known philanthropist, has promised Ksh 100,000 while Amber Ray's boyfriend Jamal Roho Safi has also promised to give another Ksh 100,000.
Jalang'o says that he wants to raise Ksh 1 Million that he promised by Tuesday. This is what he posted on his Instagram page on Sunday evening and earned praises from Kenyans.
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