Mr. Mweposi, another former actor of the then popular TV show Tahidi High has opened up on suffering from depression and alcohol addiction.
According to Mweposi, he began consuming alcohol in 2011 and his high affinity for alcohol even got much better day by day. So much was his consumption level that his family ended up breaking, something which led him to depression.
Shockingly, the former actor revealed that he was okay prior to 2011 since he never tasted alcohol especially in his youth.
Further, the actor narrated that he had salvation and was even preaching but all changed after joining Tahidi High when he faced broken marriage, high blood pressure and depression.
Mweposi further admitted the life challenges he is facing and urged well-wishers to support him in his business.
In the meantime, former Tahidi High actor Kamau Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh at one point broke into tears for not being able to fend for himself and his family.
In a video that was trending online, Omosh disclosed that times had not been easy for him and that he was ready for any kind of opportunity that could make him earn something. The veteran actor added that he was a competent driver with a valid driving license.
“All I need is a job even if I will get paid 200 Kenya shillings per day. I don’t care about class and I will opt for anything even if someone starts a restaurant business where I can be selling tea and uji.” Stated Omosh
The Tahidi High actor added that his situation was worsened by the ravaging effects of the covid-19 pandemic which hit the country back in 2020, forcing many businesses to shut down.
As a result, Omosh recalled some of his most frustrating moments in life laced with leaving the house as if though going to work which was never the case.