Common comic and Kiss Fm morning present radio presenter Jalang’o has come out to assist troubled actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh. Jalang’o says that he’ll elevate as much as Sh. 1 million for the previous Tahidi High actor.
“This hurts me a lot. I promise to lift him Sh. 1 million bob to restart his life once more!” Jalang’o mentioned.
Movie star and aspiring politician Alinur Mohamed additionally got here out to supply pledges to the struggling actor, whereas actual property agency Lesedi introduced that it was prepared to offer Omosh a job. On Friday, Omosh revealed that he and his household had been set to be evicted from their home over Sh. 100,000 hire arrears. “I simply desire a job, even when I will likely be getting Sh. 200 a day. I don’t thoughts about class and even when somebody decides to begin a resort enterprise the place I can promote uji and tea, I’m okay with that,” he mentioned as he broke down in tears in a video that has been circulating on social media.
Omosh says that that is after his profession as an actor took a downturn. He says that life has been troublesome for him and his family, and he’s presently in want of economic help.
He has not paid hire for practically one 12 months resulting in his present predicament. “Offering meals and different primary wants for my household has been a significant downside. The owner desires to gather every part from me,” mentioned Omosh who lives in Nairobi’s Eastlands space. “Maisha imekuwa ngumu na hata watoi wanakuwa affected na vile maisha yangu imekuwa.” Omosh gained recognition whereas starring alongside actors Oj, Philip Karanja, and Abel Mutua who are actually prime celebrities within the nation.
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