Today has not been a good day for the top Kenyan comedian Eric Omondi after his 'Play Kenyan Content' Protest went wrong. This is due reports that he broke his arm while battling police officers during his arrest outside the Parliament building today.
According to the video posted by Mediamax Digital, Eric can be seen climbing on the top back of a land cruiser when the officers tried to throw into the vehicle. He later hits one of them with his sun glasses something that turned up to be the worst mistake he ever did.
Three officers angrily climbs onto the cruisers and with the help of others throws Eric down like a bag of potatoes. As they do this, an officer can be heard saying in Kiswahili, "Umbwa, shuka. Acha ujinga hapa."
Eric can the be seen groaning in pain while lying down on the floor holding his left arm on which he fell onto. Without mercy, they then pick him up and throw him into the land cruiser and drive off to the Central Police Station.
Follow the link below to watch the video clip;
Below are some of the photos of Eric's arrest scene;
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