Tears of joy after rescued Tusker Project Fame star finally reunites with family (Photos)
Light continues to shine upon former Tusker Project Fame star, David Ogola after being rescued from the streets of Nairobi by a TPF alumnus and a kind woman.
Tuesday, November 17, news went viral of a once popular music star who turned miserable and lived on the streets for months, after photos of him in a poor state, surfaced.
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Fortunately, thanks to the age of the Internet, a good Samaritan woman identified as Margaret was able to trace David’s whereabouts and had him cleaned up a bit.
Then comedian and former TPF contestant, Alvan Gatitu came in, picked him up and tried to engage him in a conversation.
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After spending a couple of hours with David Ogola, Mr Gatitu came out open to admit that a lot had happened to the former TPF star that has knocked him out of shape.
“The immediate thing he needs right now is rehab and counselling. This was him this morning [yesterday]”.
Alvan believes that after going though psychological help, David needs to return to find something to fall back on, once he is out of the woods.
David Ogola‘s family reunion
Fortunately, the team was able to trace David’s adopted sister who brought light to the rescued ex-TPF star, gladly holding hands as they celebrate this moment.
“David’s adopted sister who has been looking for him since 2015 was one of the first people to find David.”
As we speak, Alvan and his team were able to source medical services for David who is spotted lying on a hospital bed, while being attended to by the medical staff.
Alvan’s final words are;
“Many are they that rise up against DAVID. Many there be that say of his soul, there is no help for Him in God. But Thou, O Lord, are a shield for DAVID. Lord you are his glory, You lift his head.”
Impressed Kenyans have come out to applaud the comedian and popular musician and Margaret for their acts of kindness upon fellow man.
Here are more photos from the team;