Mukalo claimed that his landlord had thrown him out of his house for failing to pay his monthly rent after he was laid off from work.
Through a post shared on his twitter handle, the middle aged man shared his phone number for any well wisher that would come into his rescue.
He pleaded with president Uhuru Kenyatta to review his covid19 restrictions as many Kenyans in the hotel industry were suffering.
Major hotels in the coast region have closed for lack of visitors forcing many Kenyans to lose their jobs.
It is not clear whether the president will revise his measures in solidarity with Mukalo and many other Kenyans in the hospitality industry.
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