• Omosh had said the association will entail a merry-go-round that will assist him to collect money not only in Kenya but also around the globe.
Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh sparked a social media frenzy after saying that he is in the process of registering the 'Beggars Association of Kenya'.
Accompanied by 2020 hitmaker Justina Syokau, Omosh said the association will entail a merry-go-round that will assist him to collect money not only in Kenya but also around the globe.
“Of course, mimi ndio nitakuwa chairman na tunafungua branches all over. Mwenye anataka anatujoin.
(I will be the chairman and I will open branches all over, anyone who wants to join should do so.)” Omosh said alongside Justina.
Mpasho reached out to Omo0sh to find out the steps he has taken to register the association.
But Omosh proved us wrong, that he is not a 'beggar' as some Kenyans label him.
"That was a prank, i don't think you can even register an association," Omosh said amid a burst of loud laughter.
Instead, the Tahidi High actor confirmed that he is back on his feet working on various projects to provide for his family.