Former Tahidi high actor Peter Kamau popularly known as Omosh opened up through a YouTube interview of the hurdles he's has been undergoing after they stopped producing the Tahidi High comedy show that was being aired at Citizen TV Kenya.
The actor pleaded with Kenyans to help him with any sort of Job even if it's paying him kshs.200 per day. His main issue was that he had rent arreas amounting to kshs.150,000 and was facing an eviction. Detailing further, Omosh said that he has been surviving through friends and neighbors as those he used to act with were unreachable.
Omosh explained: "Life has been so difficult. I cannot provide meals for my family. My children are even wondering what has become of me. Everything came to a standstill. Our show was cancelled. My side hustles were closed, I just found myself home. I get home and look at my kids wondering what they will eat. I have no idea."
Luckily, social media personality Hon. Alinur Mohammed who is popularly known as Betty Kyallo's Somali bae has announced to support Omosh financially after he was touched with his story.
Hon. Alinur Mohammed: "I have been touched after watching a video of Tahidi High's Omosh breaking into tears as he pleads for help. He was my favorite actor in Tahidi High thanks to his acting skills. Like many other Kenyans I am going to stand with him financially so that he can bounce back to life."
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