Comedian Omosh’s wife begs Kenyans to help her build a house

Tahidi High’s Judy Wachuka, alias Mrs Ngatia has appealed to Kenyans to build her a house.

Mrs Ngatia is the first wife of actor Omosh Kizangila,

Speaking in a recent YouTube interview where the couple appeared together, Mrs Ngatia said they are living in a bedsitter with her three children in Kayole and has not paid rent for two months.

She added that Omosh’s second wife is living in the house well-wishers built for him.

“Even if I get a one-bedroom, metal house, I would move into it very fast. I don’t want to disturb people because I know times are hard. I would appreciate it even if I get a temporary structure for now,” she said.

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She said that she owes her landlord Sh10,000 in rent arrears.

“My landlords used to see us on TV and would not believe that we could not pay rent. One time, I used to stay in Umoja but was thrown out by the landlord saying my husband has a big name,” she said.

Mrs Ngatia added that the situation was so embarrassing that she would wear a buibui in public to avoid getting noticed.

Omosh acknowledged that indeed his first wife needed a house to move into and avoid paying rent.

“Luck fell on my second wife but my dream is to also build my first wife a house. If we can get money, there is land where a house can be built for her. Before I die, she will have a house,” Omosh vowed.

Mrs Ngatia added that one of the wishes of Omosh’s late father was for the actor to build his first wife a house on a piece of land in Karura which he allocated them.

Comedian Omosh says money can not sustain him, begs for a job

Former Tahidi High Actor Omosh of Friday trended after he came out to the public seeking for help from Kenyans four months after he was helped.

Many could not understand how well he had used the amount of money he got from friend who aided him. Most were angered by the comedian and asked him to look for something to do.

Omosh defended himself saying he had many debts which he had to clear.

Speaking in a radio interview, Omosh said that only a good job can help him, and not monetary contributions.

“There are many holes I was filling and not all who promised me money fulfilled the promise, for some it was just PR. I had rent arrears amounting to 1 year and a half, I had so much debt.

Even if you give me money, it will be over at some point. But a job can sustain me, my problem is getting a job. I can’t account for how much money I received. Right now am remaining with a small amount, less than 100k. My responsibilities are big, two wives, children at school,” said Omosh. 

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On the backlash he is receiving, Omosh responded;

“Wanakasirika ya nini? I don’t lie, am a Christian, and I am faithful to my religion. He should not be mad at me, no need. I had many loopholes to fill with that money. He shouldn’t be mad, above all I am thankful.”

Former Tahidi High actor Omosh show off progress of the three-bedroom house

Former Tahidi High Actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh has shared a video, capturing the progress of the three-bedroom house he is being built by Sung Timber on a piece of land he was given by Zero Hero Properties after going public with his struggles a few weeks ago.

In the video Omosh said;

“Watu wangu hii itakuwa seating room yangu. Nitakuwa nakaa hapa nikiwatch Cartoon kwa TV Yangu nikicheza na remote. Hii itakuwa Maisha poa sana.”

In an interview with Hiram Maina on YouTube, Omosh narrated his tribulations, leaving Kenyans moved to tears.

“After I left Tahidi High, I have been surviving through friends and neighbours. I have nothing to do,” he said, bursting into tears. Have you ever been in that situation where you are walking while crying? That is what I go through. Most of the times I leave the house well dressed but going nowhere.”

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He added that he finds himself crying, wondering how he will feed his children in the evening.

Omosh is married to two wives and has five children. In a past interview with Radio Jambo, Omosh said things got worse after Covid-19 hit as he used to get gigs from schools.

“I even contemplated committing suicide last year but a few friends came through and talked to me.”
His outcry got Sung Timber’s attention under the leadership of their CEO and founder Kathy Andrew who promised to cater for the construction cost of the whole house.

Check out the video;

https://www.instagram.com/p/CMl9VrMgs8K/

‘Finances were not there but beer was always there’, Omosh narrates struggle with alcoholism

Everyone has a past. right?

Ex Tahidi High actor Peter Kinuthia, known to his fans as Omosh has finally shared with the world about his  past. The celebrated Kenyan actor shook everyone after revealing how he struggled with alcoholism for over 20 years.
In a recent interview with Jeff Mote, he revealed that his friends triggered his habits adding that, he would even incur debt in clubs.
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He said

“It is friends and parties that triggers you to drinking. sometimes we would get jobs in hotels with pubs. You tell yourself, let me syk myself up before the performance ati ndio nifiche ile haya kidogo. You find yourself umekunywa moja, mbili. By the time unamaliza show, you are already broke. What was worse is that, you end up spending alll the money you have worked for.

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 Omosh advices young people to carefully chose the kind of friends they hang around with.

“The kinds of friends you have around you, matters a lot. If you are a celeb, they use you so much. They would tell me, Omosh we have a Kanyama here come along, then you end up going there where they are and you end up being used because when you are there, beer will flow in your table.

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It was like a disease to me coz, when I am sad, nakunywa, nikiwa nimefurahi pia, nakunywa. When you lose something, you feel that the only thing that can comfort you is alcohol. I always felt getting high was the best for me.

He went ahead saying that he would even ‘kopa’ in clubs when he had no money.

“Finances were not there but beer was always there. I would go to the counter nakopa pombe. You go for cheaper brews just to get you high. You spend too much on alcohol that even eating becomes a problem, You could even eat ‘mutura’ and you end up damaging your body. I could drink anything that would make me high. Nilikua naingia ‘chuom’ zingine mbaya ndio nitafute pombe cheap.

 

The one thing you didn’t know about Baha of Machachari and Tahidi High’s Omosh

Tyler Mbaya aka Baha and Omosh born Peter Kinuthia are some of the best actors the country has ever produced. Baha started acting at a tender age in the famous Makutano Junction before moving to Machachari, a local children’s programme which airs every Friday 7:30 pm on Citizen TV.

Omosh, a multitalented actor is among the pioneer actors, who made Tahidi High what it is today. Although he’s always on and off Tahidi High, Omosh stands out as the best actor.

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Baha, who lost his mother, Wanade also an actor recently shared his sad life story and he has for sure grown into a strong man.

“WHEN MUM PASSED ON, I WAS A FORM ONE STUDENT AT NAIROBI SCHOOL. I IMMEDIATELY TRANSFERRED TO CHANIA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL WHERE MY BROTHER WAS FOR MORAL SUPPORT SO THAT WE COULD GRIEVE AND OVERCOME OUR MUM’S DEATH TOGETHER. However, IN MY FOURTH YEAR, I JOINED UFANISI SENIOR SCHOOL WHERE I SAT FOR MY KSCE,” he said.

Adding that:

“I FINISHED HIGH SCHOOL AGED 16 LAST YEAR. THIS IS BECAUSE I DEMANDED TO BE TAKEN TO SCHOOL WHEN MY BROTHER, WHO IS TWO YEARS OLDER THAN ME, STARTED SCHOOLING. I DID NOT WANT TO BE LET ALONE. I WAS ABLE TO ACT AND AT THE SAME TIME CONTINUE WITH MY EDUCATION BECAUSE I WAS ALWAYS ALLOWED TO HAVE ONE WEEKEND OFF TO ATTEND THE SHOOTS.”

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Well, Baha shared a photo posing next to Tahidi High’s Omosh and a woman and captioned:

“Love this Family till the End. Hope you love yours similarly. Have a Good day ahead!”

Here is the photo

Machachari's Baha
From L-R: Tahidi High’s Omosh, Baha and a relative

Fans of the Machachari star were confused why he referred to them as family and the truth is Omosh is Baha’s maternal uncle. And the woman in the picture is his aunt. Now you know!

Clearly acting blood runs in their veins.