Famous Tahidi High Actor Faces Eviction Over Ksh 100,000 Rent Arrears
By Longneck | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 0 views
Popular Tahidi high actor Kamau Kinuthia alias Omosh is facing eviction from his house after failing to pay accumulative rent of ksh 100,000.
The famous actor who resides in Eastlands revealed that ever since the Covid 19 pandemic hit the country, he has struggled to make end meet. He told kenya news that he was requesting Kenyans to help him raise the money since his financial situation was also affecting his marriage.
In a bid to help him get back on his feet, a couple of friends came together to help him raise the rent also visited his home to encourage the veteran actor not to give up.
It is not the first time a legendary Kenyan actor has languished in poverty despite entertaining kenyans for many years. Fellow tahidi high actor Oj also suffered financial problems and was even declared bankrupt.
What do you think is making most of our veteran actors to languish in poverty, feel free to leave a comment below.
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