‘Only God can help me’ – man tells Mulamwah after refunding Jalang’o’s ksh18k rent donation

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 30 Aug, 2021 14:38 | 2 mins read
A collage of Vincent Mboya and comedian Mulamwah. PHOTO: Courtesy.

Vincent Mboya who asked comedian and radio presnter Felix Oduor aka Jalang'o to take back the KSh18k rent donation has said he does not need Mulamwah's help.

Mboya who went viral for asking Jalang’o, and his radio co-host Kamene Goro to clear his accrued rent arrears now says he only needs Gods help after comedian David Oyando, commonly known as Mulamwah cancelled a sponsorship deal he promised the 21-year-old.

Mulamwah had promised to help Mboya pay for studio sessions but he cancelled the plan after the young man told Jalang'o to claim his refund.

“I had earlier on met and promised on the video to help this guy record two songs with motiff. But following his abusive utterances after being helped by Jalang’o, I have revoked the plan which was already underway. Let’s learn to appreciate when helped, however big or small,” Mulamwah said.

However, in his response to Mulamwah, Mboya said going forward he will only seek help from God and not humans.

"If I am able to refund Jalang'o his money, definitely I can pay for my studio session and I will. All in all, I need help from God, not humans," Mboya claimed.

Mboya, in an interview, gave Jalang’o 48 hours ultimatum saying he is ready to go where he is and give back the Ksh18,000 he paid as his 3-month rent.

“Felix Odiwuor (Jalang’o), come for your money. I’m giving you 48 hours you come to collect your money. He can pin his location so that we meet and I hand him the cash,” he said.

Mboya said Jalang’o ‘advised’ him to work hard and stop seeking sympathy using unprintable words.

He said, though he was grateful to Jalang’o for the help he accorded him in clearing his rent arrears, the words Jalang’o used while advising him were unnecessary.

“I was so disappointed. I’m grateful that he helped me, but I don’t think telling me ‘work your a** off’ was necessary,” Mboya told local YouTube channel