Former Tahidi High actor Peter Kamau Kinuthia alias Omosh has come back pleading with Kenyans for help four months after well-wishers came through for him.
In an interview with TV47 on Friday, Omosh said that the sympathy he got from people did not last long enough to see him back on his feet.
He said that most of those who made pledges did not honour them leaving him out in the cold.
“People pledged money that I have never received. I got less than a million which I used to settle my debts,” he lamented.
However, well-wishers bought land for him and put up a house to shelter his family. Linet Kathambi recently disclosed that the house is being painted and will be handed over soon.
But Omosh insists that life is still hard for him despite the show of goodwill by Kenyans.
Speaking of the donations he got, he said that most of it went into settling debts that he had accrued.
At the time he went public with his troubles four months ago, his house rent had hit Ksh100,000.
Moments after his second appeal, Jalango came out guns blazing saying “some people never learn!”
He went to break down the amount of money Omosh got yet he is asking for help a second time.
“I can easily assure that Omosh got more than 1m from my show…Personally in cash he got more than 700K then the people who sent money directly to him! I hosted him 2 weeks after he came out…people had started sending him money! @zeroheropropertiesltd got him land and @sungtimber1 built him a house! @honalinur gave him food worth 60K and another 100K in cash. Hii ni ujinga tu!” he stated.
Kenyans also reacted angrily after Omosh pleaded for help a second time.
“Taking the kindness of Kenyans for granted and when they are up there, even our greetings is a burden to them!!!! They literally assume everyone and they think we are beggars!!” Njoki Mwaura said.
“Style up omosh yu can’t be feed by the pipo for rest of ur life ulionyenshwa kuvua samaki what eles do yu want mzae…” Mich Kajob stated.