Musician Akothee has offered to help former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia, alias Omosh who recently opened up on his recent tribulations.
Speaking in a recent interview, the actor claimed that he is depressed and at the verge of loosing everything.
Akothee offers help
In a message to Omosh through an update on Instagram, Akothee noted that most Kenyans are going through similar situation or even worse.
The musician noted that in these difficult economic times, most Kenyans are suffering from situations that they don’t even know.
“Omosh, pole kwa yote unayopitia , hauko peke yako ndugu yangu. 80% of Kenyans are going through worse situations that they don't even know including mental illness
“Omosh, do you know 70% of Kenyans can survive on their monthly salaries? People are just putting their heads on top of the water wasizame?” Akothee posed.
As such, Akothee offered to help Omosh and asked him to tell how he can be helped to make his situation better.
“At least you know you are depressed, Omosh what is depressing you so we start by addressing it, unaona ni vipi tunaweza kukusaidia ? Ni wewe utuambie. Hii story yako tumalize tuendele na maisha ingine. Guys what's Omosh problem? I come in peace,” she added.
In a recent interview with Mpasho, Omosh noted that he has been facing a tough time and he feels depressed.
He said that he is currently stranded at a place where he was working after his employer refused to pay him.
Omosh said he is currently looking for means of getting back to his Kayole home, adding that he is at the verge of losing everything.
“I’m just going through a lot, I don’t know if it’s depression or what’s happening in my life. Like now, I’m wondering how I’ll get to my house in Kayole. I was called for some jobs but it didn’t work so I’m stranded,” he said.
Omosh’s wife pleads with Kenyans
In 2021, the actor’s wife, Judy Wachuka, alias Mrs Ngatia pleaded with Kenyans to build her a house.
In an interview with YouTuber Hiram Maina, the former Tahidi High actress said she was living in a bedsitter with their three children.
She said she has been thrown out of four houses in the past two years as landlords don’t believe she can lack rent since she had appeared in the popular TV show.
“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,” said Wachuka.
Wachuka also noted that she is struggling with debts, disclosing that she avoids using specific routes due to debts owed to people.