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Politician Honours His Ksh. 60,000 Pledge To Omosh, Tops It With A Kshs. 50,000 Shopping

By Ndings | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 5210 views

After the media outburst by the former Tahidi High actor, Omosh, many Kenyans led by media personalities and key politicians promised to support the actor, who was crying out for help from well wishers.

One of the currently upcoming and promising politicians, Hon. Alinur Mohamed who had promised him a Kshs. 60,000 token today honoured his pledge and even topped up the pledge with a costly looking shopping that comprised of foodstuffs.

"Today I honoured my promise to stand with Tahidi High's Omosh by taking goodies worthy KSH.50,000 and KSH. 60,000 Cash to him. He was so happy. I believe in supporting others during difficult times. I will continue to extend my help to anyone whenever I am in a position to do so," Hon Alinur posted on his official Facebook page.

From Hon. Alinur post, Omosh received a shopping of Kshs. 50,000, on top of the 60,000 pledge. From the photos that Alinur posted, Omosh seemed extremely happy, different from the video that emerged on social media platforms where he was begging for help, bursting into tears.

Finally, Omosh can afford a smile, thanks to Hon. Alinur Mohamed and the media personality, Jalango who organized for a fundraiser.

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