Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh is going through a lot and needs your help. The father of five is facing eviction over rent arrears accumulating to over Sh100,000.
That’s not all, Omosh, who is now jobless after Tahidi High dramatically came to an end after Covid-19 hit, has been struggling to make ends meet and can’t afford to give his kids the best life.
In an interview with Hiram Maina, Omosh narrated his tribulations leaving Kenyans moved to tears.
‘Tahidi ilipofungwa, friends na neighbours ndio wameniweka. I have nothing to do,’ he said bursting into tears.
‘Umewahi kukaa pekee yako kwa barabara unatembea unalia. That’s what I do. Natokanga kwa nyumba nang’ara na hakuna mahali ninaenda. natembea tuu kwa barabara nikilia. One year, sijalipa house rent. Unaangalia ile food watoto wanataka… sina anything ya kuwapatia. Sina job ati naeza enda mahali nikahustle. Hata food ni friends wananisaidia. Friends have been there for me for one year now helping me.’
Despite the tough times, Omosh hasn’t given up on praying, hoping one day he will secure a job and be the sole provider for his family.
‘Sometimes, natoka nje hata usiku, napray na nalia tu. Naambia Mungu, kwani Mungu uliniwacha? Kwani Mungu ulinisahau?’ But God has always been grateful. Sijawahi kukosa lunch, breakfast ama super.’