Self-proclaimed President of Comedy in Africa Eric Omondi had dismissed claims that he does not own a multi-million mansion he recently flaunted on social media.
Hours after making a social media post claiming he bought the house, netizens told off the comic saying the house in question is an AirBnB.
The claims irked Eric forcing him to address it, maintaining that he bought it and he will be officially moving in on October 19.
Through his social media pages, the comic said he rarely uses the house and so he can lease it to interested people.
He went ahead to disclose that he charges a whooping KSh 75,000 per day.
“Thank you guys for this. Yes, the house is a multi-bedroom house and yes it can be used as AirBnB for now. And yes I bought it and own it
“I can’t rent it out but I can lease it out. I am rarely around anyway. KSh 75,000 per day but this offer only stands until October 19 when I officially move in,” wrote Eric.
This came barely a month after businessman Jimi Wanjigi gifted the comedian a Chrystler Crossfire sports car.
In a video widely shared online, Wanjigi lauded the content creator for the good job that he has been doing before he handed him the keys to the vehicle.
“You are doing a good job by marketing this dream to the entire nation. Ni lazima tufagie wote na hii gari ni ya kuspread hiyo message. It is a very solid car,” Wanjigi stated.
The gift came days after Eric disclosed that Wanjigi had appointed him to be the chief campaigner and will therefore, be communicating the tycoon’s vision to Kenyans.
“He has shared with me his manifesto and development agenda for Kenya. Now I’m his official spokesperson who’ll break down and convey his agenda to Kenyans,” the comedian revealed.
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