The house was handed to him under strict instruction that he should not sell it. A signpost written, ”This property is not for sale” was also mounted at the compound to prevent Omosh, who is considered broke and reckless, from selling it.
Speaking while leading the handing over the celebration, celebrated Presenter Phelix Odiwuor alias Jalango asked omosh to ensure he brings over his family and not dare to sell it.
” usijaribu kuuza hii nyumba” jalango warned him.
The house was built by Sung Timber, who, among other Kenyans, came to Omosh aid after he publicly declares he was broke and in depression
others present during the ceremony were Sung Timber CEO Kathy Andrews, comedians Fred Omondi, and DJ Shiti
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