Fred Omondi: Comedian Eric Omondi’s Younger Brother is Dead


Fred Omondi, the Churchill Show’s comedian and Eric Omondi’s younger brother, is dead.

Reports say Fred died after a Friday night accident. The deceased was reportedly knocked down by a matatu while on a boda boda.

The comic was rushed to Mama Lucy Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

His brother, a well-known comic turned activist, Eric Omondi, has in the past hailed Fred as being funnier than him.

He even revealed that Fred Omondi was the creative force behind some of his most celebrated jokes.

Fred, on his part, hailed his elder brother as the one who motivated him to get into comedy.

News of Fred Omondi’s passing jolted social media as netizens mourned the departed comic.

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Versatile comedian Terence Creative hailed Fred as one who held his hand as he entered the comic industry.

“You’ve been part of my career and growth in the industry; you always treated me as a brother and hosted me when I had nowhere to go; you gave me a stage and paid me,” wrote Creative in a Facebook post.

“I will always treasure the moment we shared the stage together from Tribeka, Taj Mall, Hearts, I Club, etc. till we got to the Churchill show and then to hosting our first TV show together: KTN Crazy Comedy.”

“Together we suffered, together we learned, and together we inspired, made people laugh, and created great memories.”

Here are more messages of condolence:

Millicent Omanga: The creative industry has lost a gem. Fred Omondi brightened our living rooms with his addictive comedy renditions. That he has tragically lost his life in a road accident is heartbreaking. I commiserate with his family, friends, and fans. May his soul find perfect peace.

Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko mourned the departed comic on X:

“I’ve learned with sadness of the sudden passing of Fred Omondi, brother to comedian Eric Omondi, following a road accident along Kangundo Road. Fred was reportedly hit by a Forward Travellers matatu early this morning while on a boda boda and was pronounced dead on arrival at Mama Lucy Hospital.

The late Fred Omondi was an MC and event organiser during my daughter’s graduation party. He did a tremendous job by bringing on board top artists, dancers, and gospel singers to entertain our guests.

On behalf of my family, I pray God comforts and gives Omondi’s family enough strength to sail through this storm. Receive my sincere condolences.”

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