• Omosh was gifted the free house after coming out publicly to disclose that he was facing eviction over rent arrears amounting to at least KSh 100k.
• Located in Malaa along Kangundo road, the house is a three-bedroom master ensuite with an American open plan kitchen and one common washroom.
Omosh has revealed why he is yet to move into his three-bedroomed house almost two years after it was given to him.
The house - located in Malaa - was handed to Omosh in June 2021 after he came out claiming he was almost being evicted over rent arrears.
Speaking during an interview with Hiram Maina also known as Kamuhunjia, he said
"I have not moved into the house.
I have kids who are in primary school and there are no schools around. If I brought them there it would mean them waking up very early.
There was no need for me to give my kids a hard time just because I wanted to move into a new house."
Watch the interview Omosh did back when his home in Malaawas being handed to him.
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Omosh says he wanted to ensure the kids have a good foundation by not disrupting their education.
"If I live there I have to wake up very early and come back very late when going to hustle and I have no car.
I will move when the time is right.
I am taking my time to come up with a good plan so that things don't get messed up. I am however happy I have somewhere to go."
Asked whether it is true he had resorted to working as a watchman to make ends meet, Omosh responded,
"I was on a music video, and after the video shoot, someone asked me to take a video of me. when the video was shared it went viral.
He told me to cause a fracas pretending I was angry because he was recording me without permission."
Omosh has been trending after a video of him being prayed for Pastor Kanyari went viral.
The actor has refuted claims that the video was just clout chasing adding that he is now a saved man and a devout christian.