Omosh’s First Wife Mrs Ngatia Pleads with Kenyans to Help Her Build Own House Friday, August 20, 2021 at 8:47 AM by William Osoro
Months after well-wishers built a house for Omosh, his first wife, Mrs Ngatia, has appealed for Kenyans to also construct one for her In a joint interview, Omosh said his second wife currently occupies the house Kenyans of goodwill built for him Ngatia said she lives in a bedsitter with their three children in Kayole and has not paid rent for two months
Mrs Ngatia, the first wife of former Tahidi High actor Omosh, has pleaded with Kenyans to build her a house. Omosh’s first wife, Ngatia, real name Judy Wachuka pleaded with wellwishers to build a house for her.
Speaking to Hiram Maina in a joint interview with her hubby on Thursday, August 19, Miss Ngatia, who also featured on the TV series, said she lives in a bedsitter with their three children.
According to Ngatia, real name Judy Wachuka, she had gone through a lot since 2020 when the pandemic struck.
“Life has been challenging for us since the Covid-19 pandemic struck. But, when I was at Tahidi High, at least I could fend for my children.
I have suffered with my children. They have been chased away from school over fees numerous times,” she said. Thrown out Ngatia said she had been thrown out of four houses in the past two years as landlords do not believe she lacks rent since they famously appeared on the TV show. “My landlords used to see us on TV and would not believe that we could not pay rent.
One time, I used to stay in Umoja but was thrown out by the landlord saying my husband has a big name,” she said. Ngatia divulged that she avoids walking along specific routes since she owes numerous people money.
“Sometimes I feel like wearing a buibui so people cannot recognise me,” she said. Ngatia further divulged that she currently owes her landlord two months’ rent arrears amounting to KSh 10,000.
Omosh’s house When asked by Hiram about the house which well-wishers recently built for him, Omosh revealed that his second wife is occupying it.
“There is land where a house can be built for her. Before I die, she will have a house,” Omosh declared. Ngatia pleaded with well-wishers to build her a one-bedroom house so she can stop paying rent.
“Even if I get a one-bedroom, metal house, I would move into it 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.