Hiram Maina The Young Man Who Did The Viral Video Of Omosh Gains Massive Subscribers On YouTube
By MaroaPius | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 0 views
Hiram Maina, also known as 'Kamuhunjia' the young Youtuber has gained a lot of subscribers on his Youtube channel just in less than three days since he uploaded the Omosh of tahidi High video which went viral.
This is really impressive because as Omosh is getting much assistance from well wishers and Kenyans at large, also Hiram is gaining subscribers, you won't believe before he uploaded Omosh's interview he barely had 750 subscribers on his YouTube Channel, and as we speak now, the viral video has over 396k views and the channel has over 17k subscribers.
Yesterday, Omosh had a big interview with Jalang'o TV where he received a lot of financial support to a tune of over 1M as promised by Jalas.
Hiram accompanied him to keep on getting the updates. In his latest video uploaded he shares how Omosh's has really changed. He received a piece of land from ZEROHERO properties.
If you haven't watched the viral video then use the link below and look for it from Hiram channel.
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