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Brian Chira begs for forgiveness from Jalang'o, Eric Omondi

 Brian Chira

Kenyan content creator Brian Chira recently posted a video on his TikTok account asking for forgiveness from people he has wronged before.

"To all those that I have hurt along the way, it's early in the morning and I'm going to seek counselling," said Chira.

In the video, Chira is on his knees and asks Eric Omondi, Jalang'o and Oga Obinna for forgiveness for insulting them on his TikTok live.

He adds that he has a lot going on and asked to be given one more chance to make things right.

"I've got so much going on...please find it in your heart to forgive me. Give me one more chance," he said.

He also apologised to his fans for his actions asking the 'Chira Clan' to be patient with him.

Chira was recently in trouble for defaming Azziad Nasenya and ended up being locked up for his actions.

He was charged with cyber harassment but denied the charges and was released on Sh50,000 cash bail.

Azziad's lawyer claimed Chira had also leaked her phone number to the public which had caused her distress as some people had called to abuse her.

"My client has for the past week been buzzed with a lot of calls and messages some of which are insults and my client was not happy," said the lawyer.

Chira has since apologized to people he has hurt and acknowledged that what he did was wrong. In a past interview with Kiss FM he said he is willing to resolve the matter with Azziad if she is willing to talk.

"I do regret everything. I would have done better. If the other party is willing to sit down and have a chat, I am ready," he said.

He added that he has learnt his lesson during the short time he was in police custody and plans to do things better going forward

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