Troubled Omosh makes a comeback on TV
Former Tahidi High actor Omosh Kizangila Omosh has told his fans that he will soon be on TV and that he will entertain them as he did while in Tahidi High.
“One thing I know about myself is that I have the energy to match forward. I will be back on TV at whatever the cost,” he said.
Omosh has further refuted claims that he lost his wife due to negligence. He has maintained that he neither neglected his family nor lost his wife.
Omosh further hit back at bloggers who claimed he was depressed and that his family had abandoned him.
He accused them of chasing views using his name and always revisiting the earlier incident of him being down on his luck and Kenyans coming to his rescue despite him making his way in life now.
In a Youtube video he posted on October 10, 2022, Omosh claimed that someone came across him while sad and deduced that he was depressed, while he actually wasn’t.
“There is a trending story alleging that I am depressed. When you look at me, do I look like someone who is depressed? Bloggers, please stop chasing views with my name.
He also countered claims that his two wives had left him, saying they were all well and still together.
“I want to challenge you, just go to my place. If the family is not there, then let me know. I know that they are at home and they are doing well…
If you want to know the real story, look for me, we do an interview and I tell you how I am doing.
I will tell you the truth and people will know from there instead of imagining their things. Those things you are wishing on me, I will use them to fuel my journey,” added Omosh.
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