Journey To Build Omosh a House Set To Start Off Tomorrow (PHOTO)
By AbbyNews | self meida writer
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Joseph Kinuthia better known as Omosh of Tahidi High show is a man who is loved by many people. This was evident from the way people quickly contributed cash and gifted him with different things as soon as he opened up about his financial struggles.
Zero Hero Properties company limited surprised many Kenyans when they gifted Omosh a parcel of land worth 500,000. Sung Timbers company on the other hand promised to build Omosh a home. The good news is that the home will be built soon and Omosh will no longer have to pay rent.
Tomorrow, there will be a ground opening ceremony as the company in conjunction with Sung Timber company starts building a home for Omosh.
"Good news is here. Let's do this good people. Tomorrow we invite you for the ground breaking ceremony as we start building for our brother Omosh. Mungu Mbele" read a post on Zero Hero Properties company limited Facebook page.
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