The contraversial commedian by the name Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh Kizangila has denied begging Kenyans for help after his story was aired by Kamuhunjia. According to Omosh, he insists that he never begged for any Kenyan to give him money, it is God who came through to help him and he no longer needs any money from Kenyans.
Comedian Omosh officially joining UDA (Photo Courtesy) Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh has been making headlines in the recent days after he requested for financial aid and got a mansion in return. Other than that, Omosh has expressed his political ambitions as he is ready to run for a political seat in Nairobi.
Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh is not a new name in Kenya's entertainment scene.The talented actor used to appear on our screens thanks to Tahidi High which was a famous show that used to air of Citizen TV. After the show came to an end, Omosh Kizangila resurfaced after some time.He was going through a lot in his life and Kenyans decided to help him, well-wishers also built a magnificent house for him.
There have been a rise in Kenyans trying their luck in political fields. Most taking the advantage of the newly formed UDA Party as it is gaining a lot of popularity especially in central and rift valley regions. Here are people who you probably have seen on your screen that are allegedly vying for elective seats in 2022 through UDA Party.
Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh Kizangila has finally spoken after he was seen at the headquarters of United Democratic Alliance (UDA). Omosh who has been hitting the headlines for begging Kenyans for money has left many Kenyans thinking that he wants to join the politics come year 2022.
Former Tahidi high show actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Kizangila has confessed that he desperately needs a best friend since his life is a mess and he usually has no one to talk to when he is stressed. Speaking on a segment of 'Story of My Life' on Ebru TV, Omosh revealed that when he was in college, he was operated after suffering perforated ulcers since he always had no one to confide in.
Former Tahidi high actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh was today pictured at DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party headquarters in Nairobi. Photo circulating online captured the former actor receiving party's outfit from the officials. This attracted attention from the media triggering inquiry about his intention. Speaking to media afterward, Omosh stated that he only made a casual visit to the hustler centre to see how they conduct their activities and he did not get registered as a member of the party.
Tahidi High popular actor, Omosh (stage name) also known as Joseph Kinuthia (real name) has been spotted at the United Democratic Alliance (UDA)Headquarters. He declared his full support to the Deputy President's UDA party. Omosh declared his decision on joining the political side of William Ruto after the registrations a member.
Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh kizangila come to limelight after he was recorded crying for help after going several months without any job following the termination of Tahidi High from Citizen TV. Kenyans and other well wishers came to his aid contributing both money and other items for the star to start life again.
Controversial ex Tahidi high actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh has made a political move and is now one of the Deputy President William Ruto supporters. Omosh joined United Democratic Alliance, UDA party today and is not clear whether he may be eyeing a political seat in the looming Election.
Former Tahidi high actor Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh Kizangila now officially a United Democratic alliance (UDA). The Comedian who has been on the spotlight for his begging for money, after going broke with people blaming his excessive consumption of alcohol. His endorsement to the party at Lavington, the party headquarters has raised a lot of questions.
Comedian Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh joins the United Democratic Association (UDA) at the party's headquarters in Nairobi. Joseph Kinuthia Aka Omosh at UDA Headquarters He was received by the UDA Secretary General Veronica Maina. Omosh has registeraed as a party member. He has gone ahead to endorse the Deputy President of Kenya proposed economic model, popularly known as the "Bottom-Up Approach."
Comedian and former Tahidi High Actor Joseph Kinuthia who is well known as Omosh has of late hit the headlines with "embarrassing" actions of crying publicly in media for help from Kenyans and well-wishers. But it seems the problems have all gone away now and the actor is ready to join politics with two hands and go for a Political seat in Nairobi county.
UDA Secretary General Veronica Maina receives Comedian Joseph Kinuthia, better known as Omosh at the party's headquarters. Omosh registered as a party member and endorsed Hustler Nation's bottom-up economic model saying it will lift ordinary Kenyans out of poverty. Kenyans are rallying behind the bottom-up economic model that promises to prioritise the needs of ordinary citizens.
Comedian Omosh has been the center of controversy in Kenya's entertainment scenes.It was only recently when the good samaritans built for him a house,after he went public and said he was broke. Few days ago also,he was on the spotlight after he was almost tricked into spelling his house that was built by good samaritans.
One of the current trending former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia also known as 'Omosh' have caused an online uproar after he visited the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party headquarters and registered as a member. The reports were confirmed by the UDA party on it's official Twitter handle where it revealed that the comedian was welcomed by the party's secretary general Veronicah, who at the same time took photos with Omosh.
Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh has spoken after he was spotted at United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party headquarters in Nairobi. A statement by the party indicated that Omosh had registered as a member, adding that he had endorsed Deputy President William Ruto's bottom-up economic model.
Photo :Former Tahidi High actor And comedian Joseph Kinuthia Former Tahidi High actor and comedian Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh has joined United Democratic Alliance Party and has endorsed UDA ahead of the 2022 General elections.Omosh was received by United Democratic Alliance Secretary General Veronica Maina at the Party Headquarters in Nairobi
Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh who has been trending in social media has finally joined United democratic party which associated with second in command H.E. William Samoe Ruto. Omosh was received by UDA secretary General Veronica Maina at the party's headquarter. From the posts on UDA's official facebook page, Omosh was seen happy and jovial after joining the party.
Popular comedian Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh Kizangila has been pictured at Ruto’s United Demeocratic Alliance Party headquarters. A photo posted online captured the former Tahidi high actor at the party’s headquarters receiving the outfit’s merchandise from party officials. Speaking to the media the actor said that he only made a casual visit to the party headquarters and was not registered as a member.