Omosh’s first wife asks Kenyans to build her a house

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By Vincent Kejitan | 1 month ago
Judy Wacuka and Omosh [Courtesy]

Just weeks after Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh was gifted a house along Kangundo Road by a section of well-wishers, his first wife Judy Wacuka aka Mrs Ngatia, has asked Kenyans to do the same for her.

Speaking during an online interview, Wacuka, who was also part of the Tahidi High cast, said she currently resides in Kayole with her kids and has not paid rent for two months.

Wacuka and Omosh have three daughters and they revealed that life became unbearable after Covid-19 struck.

“My landlord used to see us on TV and could not believe that we were unable to pay rent. One time, I used to stay in Umoja but was thrown out by the landlord who said my husband has a big name [sic].

“At the moment, Omosh has me and the second wife but he is staying with the second wife. We had to prioritize the well-being of the children of his second wife because they are still very young,” said Wacuka.

She added that she would not mind a simple structure for now because she understands all Kenyans are going through difficult times.

“Even if I get a one-bedroom, mabati house, I would move in very fast. I don’t want to disturb people because I know times are hard. I would appreciate it even if I get a temporary structure for now,” she said.

On his part, Omosh said the house he was given (along Kangundo road) is currently occupied by the second wife.

"Luck fell on my second wife but my dream is to also build my first wife a house. If we can get money, there is land where a house can be built for her. Before I die, she will have a house," Omosh vowed.

The house Omosh was given along Kangundo Road. [Courtesy]

Wacuka said in the past two years she has been thrown out of four houses due to rent arrears and it is quite embarrassing because they were household names just a few years ago.

A month ago, former Tahidi High actress Angel Waruinge aka Miss Morgan asked Omosh to style up, reminding him and other artistes that no one owes them a living and they should never feel entitled to get help from Kenyans.

“I need you to style up, it is never too late. And this world owes nobody a living, do not feel entitled. Do you know what many Kenyans would have done with the help that you got?'' asked Miss Morgan.

Also read: Miss Morgan opens up on alcohol and depression

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