Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kamau Kinuthia has once again pleaded with Kenyans to help him as he is in a tight spot. During an interview with TV47, the actor begged Kenyans to come to his rescue as he is overwhelmed with responsibilities.
Kamau Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh revealed that when he first requested for help from Kenyans he received less than ksh1 million. The actor claimed that he spent that said amount on school fees, rent and food. The remaining balance he used to pay debts. Omosh went ahead and revealed that if he does not receive help in a good time he will again slip back to debts.
Ex-Tahidi High actor also revealed that those people who pledged cash and other commodities did not come through. He asked why they really lied to him. Omosh said that he has a plan of starting his own comedy kit. All he needs is a tripod, camera, two lights and a microphone.
“Manze kama ulisema unanitumia kakitu kwani kaliendaje? Bado nategea tu… Kusema tu uwkeli nilipata less than Sh1 million shillings. Nikalipa madeni, chuo ya watoi, juu nilikuwa nimekaa one year, four months bila kulipa.
“Nililipa Madeni nikabaki zero, so sai madeni zinaweza kuja nikicheza… but so far chuo, hao, food… Manze mnidunge katitu bana… Number ni 0727054141. Tuma kakitu.
“Sai nikapata mtu aninunulie tu camera, tripod, lights mbili na microphone, sasa ni wache kuomba. Juu huyo jamaa atakuwa amenipatia capital ingine ile wacha tu,” said Omosh.