CINCINNATI — Presius Tajah made her WCPO 9 debut in February 2020, just weeks before much of the country shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Back then Tajah was struggling with homelessness and housing insecurity while hustling to build her brand as an artist, an entrepreneur and a mentor for marginalized young people.
WCPO 9 caught up with Tajah recently to find out how the past 16 months have treated her.
“The past year has been nothing but a blessing,” she said. “Everybody’s holy word says that we will have struggles in our life. But it also says that we will have an abundance of heaven.”
Tajah got stable housing with the help of her mosque, she said, and has been in her apartment for more than a year now.
“My life is definitely a lot more stable now,” she said. “You don’t realize how…