‘I really miss him but he doesn’t love me’- Mrs Ngatia speaks on her enduring love for Omosh

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 27 Aug, 2021 13:02 | 2 mins read
Judy Wacuka aka Mrs Ngatia and his husband Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh. PHOTO/COURTESY

Ex-Tahidi high actress Mrs Ngatia whose real name is Judy Wacuka has come out to speak about her marriage to fellow actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh.

Speaking in an interview on Youtube, Judy says while she has been separated from Omosh for 10 years, she still loves him and miss him so much.

However, she stated very firmly that Omosh doesn’t love her and his hate is far fetched.

Ananichukia tu bure. I really love Omosh but he doesn’t even love me and I really miss him so much. I still remember those days, he is still the father to my children,” she said.

The two were married for 18 years before separating and have three daughters together.

Although she says she accepted her co-wife, Omosh totally sidelined her prompting her to leave their matrimonial house.

“I left my husband 10 years ago. I immediately left him after marrying a second wife. Although I accepted my co-wife Omosh totally sidelined me and forgot about me,” she stated.

Judy further stated that her daughters desperately need their father but he is totally absent.

“Omosh is not there for the girls. My girls need counselling. They are desperate,” she added.

In a previous interview, Jane who was accompanied by her husband Omosh pleaded with Kenyans to chip in and help her build her a home on a piece of land she owned in Karura.

“If I get a house, even a one-bedroom Mabati house so that I am not bothered by paying rent in Nairobi. I am asking for even a Mabati house, right now, I live in a bedsitter that I pay Ksh 5,000,” Mrs Ngatia said. 

The mother of three said life has been hard for her especially after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic which saw her lose her acting job.

“I was very glad to work on Tahidi High. I Used to feed my children and educate them because of that job. Then COVID came, my children and I started having it rough, we have been kicked out of houses, children kicked out of school,” she said.