Popular thespian Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh Kizangila has almost sold his newly built house for Ksh 15M to a woman posing as a buyer. In a prank video posted on Komic Gang's Youtube channel, the actor, in the company of his aide meets the woman in a hotel for the purchase negotiations.
The actor earlier refused to give up his house for sale saying that it was built for him by Kenyans.
"I cannot sell my house. It was a present from Kenyans. I cannot sell," he posed.
The lady kept pushing the actor into striking a deal, prompting Omosh to place a Ksh 17M price tag on the house.
Upon further negotiations and persistence from the purported buyer, the actor accepts to take Ksh 15M. The actor, who was oblivious of the fact that he was being pranked, exuded confidence that he would get into no trouble giving up his gifted house for sale.
"Give it to me, I give you. It is me and you. It is a beautiful, wonderful house. Even when you get in it is awesome. The house is mine," he said.
During the grand opening of his house, Omosh assured comedian Felix Odiwuor alias Jalango, that he would never succumb to the temptations of selling his house.
Jalango was among many Kenyans who were on the frontline in mobilizing resources to help Omosh after he revealed he opened up on his economic troubles.
The house was constructed by a group of well-wishers who were moved by Omosh tears when he narrated how life had become unbearable since the Covid-19 pandemic made its way into the country.
Omosh, in an interview with an online tv, in February said he had not paid rent for several months adding that he was unable to fend for his family needs due to lack of a job.