One of the currently trending former Tahidi High actor-Omosh, has caused an online uproar after he came up with another request to Kenyans concerning the materials supplied by one of the Chinese traders to one of the companies that sponsored him several months ago.
He made the request using his official Facebook page where he posted his photo communicating to an unidentified Chinese man. He then accompanied the photo with the following phases which were originally written in Swahili.
"I'm requesting you to help me tell our Chinese partners in Chinese language that the supplies they are taking to KPipes and fittings center limited are the best," Omosh posted on Facebook.
This comes at a time when he was highly criticized for appearing to beg Kenyans for a second time after many lined up their support to him several months ago. From his initial request, he received a lot of gifts in form of money and materials as well as land. Since then, he has been in the forefront to advertise one of the companies that helped him realize his dream of owning a house.
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