It is tough when you lose a dear one but it gets tougher once you lose a parent. Especially at a tender age.
Former Machachari star, Baha fell into the cruel hands of the world soon after his mother passed on while he was still a boy.
It was tough for him because, one he was mama’s boy and second, he was yet to experience the sharp teeth of life.
Fortunately, it came with some roses atop, he grew pretty fast into maturity and had an entirely new perspective about life.
Losing parents at a young age made me mature very fast and see life differently. I just thank God for everything because you never know who I would have grown into. I was definitely a mama’s boy and all that changed when she passed. Maisha ilinionesha ugumu ingine na nikakauka nayo and turned out to be a better person, a tough one and maybe that was God’s plan for me.
However, all hope was not lost after his uncle-cum-actor, Tahidi High’s Omosh, came in handy during such trying times.
Speaking exclusively to Mpasho, the young actor lauded Omosh for being more than an uncle to him.
My uncle Omosh advised me when I was starting out in the industry. Other than being an uncle, he’s caring and loving.
But none can replace a mother.
I miss my mother’s food especially Mandazi. She used to cook sweet mandazis and packed for us to eat in school. I wish I knew the recipe she used.
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