Former Tahidi High actor Omosh.

Former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh Kizangila is mourning his father's demise. Omosh shared an emotional post on Facebook saying his father 'will be missed forever'. Omosh added that the beautiful memories they shared with their father will always remind them of the great person he was.

"You will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will always speak of the great person that you were. Rest in peace Dad," he wrote.

Omosh mourns his father.

His fans have camped in the comment section sharing their condolence messages with the family;

Kinuthia Denno: Rip uncle David,,may your soul rest in peace uncle

Skytone Baby: RIP to him. My condolences to family and friends

Jay Wangari: May his soul rest in peace

Dj Swiz Lordie: My Condolences to you and your family. May Mzee Rest in peace. All is well

Faith Chelasky: My sincere condolences to you and your family

Justus Mutish: My Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends…God comfort you all

Haron Mwai: Brother, let it be for what has happened. Condolences to your the entire family. Rip mzee Kamau(dad).

A week ago, a video surfaced online of Omosh being prayed for by self-proclaimed prophet Victor Kanyari.  In the video, Omosh is seen falling to the ground as Pastor Kanyari continued to cast out 'demons' that might be holding his destiny.

“I want to pray for you. Nikuombee nyota yako irejee. Mimi napandiwanga mbegu lakininaskia Mungu akinianmbia nikupandie mbegu. I will bless you with some money,” Kanyari prayed.  

Omosh resurfaced online barely a year ago, seeking help and support after the famous Tahidi High TV series ended.

"I just want a job, even if I will be getting Shh200 a day. I don't mind about class and even if someone decides to start a hotel business where I can sell uji and tea, I am okay with that. There is nothing as hard as waking up every morning and there is nowhere, I am going. You see people going to work and coming back and you have nowhere to go. It is very painful," said Omosh.