Former Tusker Project Fame contestant has been affected by coronavirus pandemic. In a video that went viral,Alvan said that his landlord has kicked him out over rent arrears.Kenyans chipped in to help settle his debts.
2. Swaleh Mdoe.
The popular citizen Tv news anchor once admitted that he was broke. He had so much debts that he was ready to sell his kidney to get himself out of financial trouble.
3. Ruth Matete.
The famous gospel musician lost her Nigerian husband in April 2020 . She pleaded with Kenyans to help her raise enough cash to bury her husband. She shared a till number asking for contributions.
4. Justina Syokao.
Famous for her hit song 'Twendy Twendy' ,Justina went broke following an illness. A video emerged of her begging for help saying that she had to sell her clothes and shoes to offset her hospital bills.
Popular comedienne Jemutai found herself going through a hard time after her baby daddy and fellow comedian Professor Hamo stopped providing for his children. The two had an online banter that saw them air their dirty linen in public. Jemutai had resulted to selling her Facebook page to feed her 2 children.
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