CELEBRATED FORMER TAHIDI HIGH ACTOR OMOSH REGISTERS BEGGERS ASSOCIATION OF KENYA

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Omosh said that he will be the chairman of the association and plans were underway to open branches all over the world.

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Former Tahidi High School actor Joseph Kinuthia Kamau popularly known as Omosh Kizangila has officially registered the Beggars Association of Kenya.

In an amateur video that has been making rounds on social media, Omosh is captured in the company of musician Justina Syokau as they launch the association.

This is after Omosh just a month after he was rescued financially still came out and appealed for more help.

Jalas did not take it lightly because he had asked his friends and business partners to assist Omosh and saw him get over sh1 million.

Omosh who has been a laughing stock in the country after he came out and asked for financial help from Kenyans said that the association will be a merry-go round that will assist him collect money not only in Kenya but also the globe at large.

Omosh said that he will be the chairman of the association and plans were underway to open branches all over the world.

“Of course, mimi ndio nitakuwa chairman na tunafungua branches all over. Mwenye anataka anatujoin (Of Course, I will be the chairman and I will open branches all over, anyone who wants to join should do so)” he is captured on the video that has since gone viral saying.

The actor seem to be working towards improving his financial status in order to be in a position to fend his two wives.

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