Please go easy on me, Omosh begs Kenyans after uproar

Ex-Tahidi High actor Omosh. [Photo: Buzz Central]

Peter Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh of former TV drama show Tahidi High has asked Kenyans to go easy on him.

This follows his Friday interview with TV47 where he appealed once more for help barley four months after Kenyans of goodwill came through for him when he was at rock bottom.

Following this developments, Omosh in a short clip on Saturday asked Kenyans to go slow on him because “shida haziishangi”.

He however, thanked all those who have stood with.

“You came through for me, now a house is standing and thanks a lot. But what is paining me is questions in where I took money. I sorted out debts. I had a lot of problems and problems never end.

“Blogger please go easy on me, I am okey I was sorted,” he stated.

In February, he spoke of his tribulations and Kenyans of good will donated cash, land and a house which is due for completion soon.

But Omosh in the interview explained that most of the money he got went to paying debts.

He added that contrary to what many people think, he got less than a million shillings in donations because most of those who pledge did not keep their word.

“People pledged money that I have never received. I got less than a million which I used to settle my debts,” he lamented.

This sparked uproar from a section of Kenyans who told him off over his ‘bad financial decisions’.

Radio host and comedian Jalango responded to Omosh’s new request with saying he will never learn.

“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.