Former Tahidi High actor Kamau Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh is reportedly seeking help for the second time and is ready to work as a sweeper.
Omosh has in his new push for donations called Kenyans liars saying all he got were empty pledges and promises.
In an interview, Omosh said people pledged money that he never got, leaving him in high hopes but remaining broke to this day.
The former Tahidi High actor has now come back to Kenya, this time saying he was ready to do menial job to make ends meet.
In his new campaign, Omosh asked Kenyans to help him access a good camera, tripod and lighting system to help him regain his footing.
Omosh disclosed that times had not been easy for him and that he was ready for any kind of opportunity that could make him earn something.
The veteran actor added that he was a competent driver with a valid driving license.
“All I need is a job even if I will get paid 200 Kenya shillings per day. I don’t care about class and I will opt for anything even if someone starts a restaurant business where I can be selling tea and uji.” Omosh said.
But the actor has received a backlash from Kenyans who claimed he got over 1 million shillings from Kenyans in the first round.
Felix Odiwuor alis Jalango called out Omosh explaining that the actor got over Ksh1 million from his show alone where well wishers gave him Kshs700,000 with a top up coming from viewers sending to MPESA.