It was Omosh who came out first, narrated his ordeal after the show Tahidi high was cancelled and Kenyans bailed him out, and now another actor from the show tha will go down as one of Kenya's top local shows has surfaced with such claims and again is asking Kenyan's to bail him out.
Kenyans have greatly been affected by the Covid 19 pandemic since it's beginning in early March last year. Most businesses that could not meet the expenditure costs had to close down or reduce the number of employees so as to continue offering their services. The most affected sectors were tourism and entertainment industry which depend on curfew hours to make great sales to its audience. Equally most television programs had to stop being aired so that media houses meet the cost of operation. Photo courtesy;
From living a wretched life to losing jobs, nearly everyone has felt the effects of Covid-19. Barely days after veteran actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh went live on TV to cry for help, another popular actress Mama Stella has appealed to well wishers to help her raise Ksh 150,000 for a specialized treatment. In an interview with a local YouTube channel, she narrated her ordeal by claiming that she was diagnosed with Vitiligo, a condition characterized by loss of skin pigmentation, before the Machachari show
Tahidi high was a show that was being aired in Citizen TV.The show came to an end and the actors were to find a different way of sustaining themselves.Months Ago former Tahidi high actor Joseph Kinuthia Aka Omosh had to seek public financial assistance as he had unpaid rent arrears and could not sustain his family after the show ended.
There has been several incidences affecting the almost all the former Tahidi High actors.It started with Omosh who pleaded with Kenyans to help him secure a home and luckily, his story moved Kenyans who were willing to contribute to him.In an E-NTERACTIVE show aired by K24TV, Bernard Mwangi popularly known by his stage name as Mr Mweposi has appealed for help from Kenyans.
Angel Waruinge popularly know as Miss Morgan, was an actress in Tahidi high as the deputy principal.During her interview with Massawe Japanni on Radio Jambo, she explains why many celebrities fall into depression.She says the character"Miss Morgan" has moulded her into who she is today.
There has been several controversies surrounding the Tahidi High show and it's cast .Most of these actors have been seeking help from Kenyans after going through different struggles in life as celebrities.Another actor by the name Mr. Mweposi has opened up about his struggles with sobriety and depression.
The now-former Tahidi High actor and entertainer Joseph Kinuthia Kamau who is famously known as Omosh Kizangila has attracted a lot of reactions from Kenyans after his social post.
Facebook photos courtesy Kenyans on social media have elicited mixed reactions after a former Tahindi high actor Bernard Maeposi urged Joseph Kinuthia not to neglet his first wife Mrs Ngatia.According to the post report that was shared by Tuko news, Bernard accused Omosh of neglecting his wife and children after he got alot of money from Kenyans Contributions Assistance.
Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia, popularly known by his street name as Omosh, has today wowed his fans after he posted his photos with Mr. Israel while dressed in classy suits.Mr. Israel is the CEO of Zero Hero Properties Limited.Mr. Israel met Omosh a few months ago when Omosh hit the headlines after a video of the former TV star literally crying for help from well wishers went viral.
Tahidi High is one of the local shows in Kenya which has stood the test of time.Talented actors and actresses have featured in the show, and Omosh is one of the notable icons in the school based series aired on Citizen TV.Omosh who acted as a gardener in the 'school'
Actors and Actress are on the rise seeking help from those who wish to help them so as to manuvour the hard life brought about by the pandemic of Corona virus. The first actor to appear and request for help was a tahidi high actor by the name Omosh. Of course well Wishers came through like radio presenter jalango and many more. After this it is like Omosh opened doors for actors and actress to be open and ask for help. Another actor still from tahidi high came up requesting to be helped . Also from tahidi high
The internet has gone on fire for the another time.This is after comedian Omosh introduced his parents to Kenyans.According to the post that Omosh shared trough Instagram, Omosh was wishing his parents nothing but a good and a happy life.
Former Tahidi High actor Mr. Mweposi has pleaded to Kenyans to come to his rescue after narrating a hearty story he's going through.Benard Mwangi, joined the marvelous TV show some years back but life has not been good after the show ended.Mwangi revealed that his journey after the show ended has been revolving around alcoholism and depression.
(Mr Mweposi in a red t-shirt) Kenyans have raised concerns about the health of Tahidi high show actor Benard Kimani alias Mr Mweposi.In a post shared by Tuko where Mwepesi was pleading with Omosh not to neglect his first wife and children, Kenyans were quick to note that he had lost a lot of weight and looked nothing close to the past vibrant version of himself.
Omosh with his father and mother.Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh has introduced his elderly parents to his fans.Omosh talked about his undying love and respect he has towards his parents wishing them longer life on earth.
Most of the celebrities and prominent people dislike disclosing their backgrounds to the citizens because of different reasons.Some may feel ashamed of their parents.
Parents are a great gift from God.
It is a privilege to share your ups and downs in life with your parents.As it has always been said, they are our second God who is always watching and correcting us as we make the various steps in our lives.
[Photo courtesy] Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh appeared on high school drama series Tahidi High as a casual laborer.