“I also slept at Koinange street for 2 months,” DJ Shiti pens moving letter to rescued TPF star David Ogola

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David Ogola aka D Major has been re-introduced as a former Tusker Project Fame star whose life crumbled soon after, forcing him to seek refuge on the streets that have been his home for a couple of months.

Fortunately, Kenyans of good will were able to trace his whereabouts, highlight his plight and rescue him from the cold streets of Mirema drive, Roysambu.

Also read: Tears of joy after rescued Tusker Project Fame star finally reunites with family (Photos)

One Margaret, picked him up, got him cleaned up and his hair redone, before liaising with TPF alumnus, Alvan Gatitu who are currently attending to Davids needs.

David was also able to reunite with his step-sister who had been looking for him since 2015 and finally got to see eye-to-eye in a beautiful reunion yesterday.

David reunites with family

The team helped David seek medical services, with plans underway to help the music star get access to suitable, professional counselling and psychological services.

????️ We are fundraising for “DAVID OGOLA”! Please join me in this cause to ensure it succeeds. PayBill: 891300 Account: 43926,” Alvan Gatitu shared.

Also read: Former Tusker Project Fame star living on the streets finally rescued after his plight went viral (Photos)

DJ Shitis heartfelt message

Popular Kenyan comedian, DJ Shiti responded to the former TPF star’s heartbreaking story, while sharing a similar story of him back in the day.

Comedian DJ Shiti born Steven Oduor Dede

In a short letter on his Instagram page, Shiti pens;

“My Brother David Major, it shall be well..

Because his scenario was no different.

“Mimi mwenyewe nilipitia street, nililala street Koinange 2months naelewa…” DJ Shiti opened up.

DJ Shiti

However, Shiti believes all hope is not lost for the fallen music star, insisting that once D Major is back in good shape, he needs to stage some of the good tunes he performed at TPF.

“Utasimama tena bro!!! Utaskia fiti urudi utuimbie ‘Eye of the Tiger’ na Beligine kama time za TPF.

Promising to visit David in hospital because the mark he left at TPF will live to be remembered.

“Ntakuja kukuona hosi, ulikuwa favorite wetu sana kwa Tusker Project Fame enzi hizo huko Nakuru,” Shiti admits.

His posts have since sparked mixed reactions.

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Gloria Katunge