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Comedian Fred Omondi says ODM leader Raila Odinga never paid him KSh 300,000 for emceeing during his campaigns in 2013.

On his Instagram page, Omondi narrated how he was called to be a part of ODM party Mc’s during Raila’s last rally in Nyayo Stadium in 2013 but was never paid a cent.

Although be delivered in his part he says he never received a coin yet the agreement was KSh 300,000.

“Hallo Baba. I am a Kenyan Artist. A Comedian, Mc, and Musician. This has nothing to do with Politics. I am just here for some small justice Baba, I hope this finds you because your people made sure I never reached you all these years whenever I demanded what’s rightfully mine. @odingaraila “ he said.

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“Remember in 2013 when you ran for Presidency, your last rally was at Nyayo Stadium as H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta was at Uhuru Park, I was called upon to be part of ODM’s MCs that day alongside Dagoretti MP John Kiarie and Comedian Mdomo Baggy, @kiariejohn @__.mdomo.baggy__ who can confirm the same, and from the clips, you can also tell I was there working. The agreement was KSh 300,000 which I never received a coin to date,” he added.

He said his efforts to talk to the former prime minister proved futile as his security team has always kept him away.

He narrated how he was turned away at Orange house and told that Raila was handling matters of much importance, not his ‘insignificant’ claims.

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Dejected Omondi has now turned to social media hoping his message reaches Raila and he is paid his dues.

He says he’s just hustling his way up and he can’t prosper if he is followed by debts allover.

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A MESSAGE TO BABA Hallo Baba. Am a Kenyan Artist. A Comedian, Mc, and Musician. This has nothing to do with Politics. Am just here for some small justice Baba, hope this finds you, because your people made sure I never reached you all these years whenever I demanded for what's rightfully mine. @odingaraila Remember in 2013 when you ran for Presidency, your last rally was at Nyayo Stadium as H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta was at Uhuru Park, I was called upon to be part of ODM's MCs that day alongside Dagoretti MP John Kiarie and Comedian Mdomo Baggy, @kiariejohn @__.mdomo.baggy__ who can confirm the same, and from the clips you can also tell I was there working. The agreement was Ksh.300,000 which I never received a coin to date. This picture above was the last time I saw you while performing @luofestival that was hosted by @jalangoo On this day I tried talking to you about it but your security made sure it was just a handshake, so I decided kutoa aibu na Orengo. I had just made a debut on @churchillshow and I was called upon because of my talent, which pays my bills, to Mc a political event. Most fellow artist adviced me not to do it because of political n tribal rifts, but I did it because my tribe is Kenya and also that's what puts food on my table. Its been seven years and the only proof I might have is the review of clips and my fellow MCs, because I was never paid and when I came to orange house I was told "Baba anapigania vitu kubwa, yangu ni ndogo" All am asking as a youth and an artist, nilipwe for my hustle. 7years down the line na hata staki interest, I just need what's mine and as you say at the BBI rallies in the BBI report, "The youth will be given equal and ample opportunity to prosper" Baba how can I prosper na deni za Tala na fuliza😂, I know this was never brought to your attention so I hope this reaches you directly. To, Hon. Raila Odinga. From. Comedian Fred Omondi.

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Its been seven years and the only proof I might have is the review of clips and my fellow MCs because I was never paid and when I came to orange house I was told “Baba anapigania vitu kubwa, yangu ni ndogo” All am asking as a youth and an artist, nilipwe for my hustle.

7 years down the line na hata staki interest, I just need what’s mine and as you say at the BBI rallies in the BBI report, “The youth will be given equal and ample opportunity to prosper” Baba how can I prosper na deni za Tala na fuliza, I know this was never brought to your attention so I hope this reaches you directly,” he concluded.

Fred is Eric Omondi’s younger brother.

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