Tahidi High Actor Omosh Pleads For Help As He Faces Eviction Over Sh100k Rent

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The aftermath of the covid-19 pandemic continues to unleash painful lashes on the pockets of millions and one industry that has felt the cudgel is the creative industry

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Former Tahidi High actor Kamau Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh has been forced o seek help from fans and wells wishers as he faces eviction from his home over rent arrears in excess of Ksh100,000.

Omosh explained that his financial situation remains precarious for him and his family since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. He noted the devastating impact the pandemic had on the entertainment sector.

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“Providing food and other basic needs of my family has been a major problem. The landlord wants to collect everything from me,” the actor stated.

He stays in Nairobi’s Kayole area. He says he has not paid rent for the past year causing arrears to pile up.

According to the actor, who has two wives, he is also dealing with marital issues which he believes are a result of him being unable to cater to his family’s needs.

Actor Omosh Pleads For Help As He Faces Eviction Over Sh100k Rent

Last year, Omosh revealed that he had been contacted to be on the Centrocinema shows which air on Royal Media Services (RMS)-owned Inooro TV.

“We can’t shoot because we need to maintain social distance. It has really affected us, really, really affected us.

“That is our passion and we pray that normalcy with resume soon so that we can go back to work,” he stated.

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