According to the sources Kenyans have gang against Kamba gospel musician Justina Syokau of the '2020 Fame' after she posted a photo on Facebook that she took standing next to former Tahidi High Show actor Omosh in one of their recent meetings. The controversial Kamba musician has branded herself as chairlady and Omosh as Chairman of the alleged organization called Beggars Association something which has resulted mixed reactions on social media.
The Royal Media Services under the very able leadership of Dr. S.K Macharia is one of the fastest growing media houses in East Africa. Over the last two decades, RMS has immensely succeeded in dominating the news, information and the entertainment sector in Kenya. Barely months into the official launch of the Citizen Digital application, RMS is once again availing something much prettier to the market, Ramogi Television.
Former Tahidi high Actor Omosh has again caused stir online, after saying that he is in the process of registering his new organisation, known as Kenyan Beggars Association. Omosh who has formed this organisation with Kamba singer Justina Syokau has said that the organisation will be like a merry go round, and it will really benefit him because he will be able to collect money across the world.
Top kamba gospel musician Justina Syokau of the "2020 Fame" and the former Tahidi High actor, Omosh have left netizens in awe after they branded themselves using demeaning words. The photo and the message was posted by Justina Syokau on her official Facebook timeline where it attracted a lot of criticism from their followers and the general public.
In August, a man identified as Ben Orlu exposed his pastor for snatching and marrying his wife. According to reports from reliable sources, Orlu revealed the negative side of this pastor in social media. He was hurt since he had loved and care for his wife for 12 years.