City politician Alinur Mohammed Gifts Omosh Assorted Household Goods
By CycleNews.com | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Philanthropic City politician Alinur Mohammed who was at one point linked to a love affair with celebrated media personality Betty Kyalo has made real his promise to rescue depressed former Tahidi high actor Omosh who is currently in financial limbo.
Today, the aspiring politician personally delivered assorted household items to the actor worth Ksh 50,000. On top of them was Ksh 60,000 in cash.
Alinur promised to continue with his service to humanity whenever his attention is sought and when he is in a position to do so.
Below are reactions of the netizens :
Hata mm niekwe nko na big problem of finding a lover...jalango pls make famous
What I know this dude kept me glued on the screen he got talent but it's time this celebs wapewe management courses to help manage their hard earned cash
N alot of people who wk n problem km Omosh if we can give chances to anybody to tell his/her problem we may cry the whole day
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