Te race for the presidential seat is gaining momentum as August comes calling aspirants holding meetings here and there onesuch yesterday by Eric Omondi and Jimmy Wanjigi however not taking the course they expected.
Seen on the comedian's Instagram feed the controversial comedian who is heading the politicians campaign team revealed that the flying Squad invaded their meeting setting camp outside Jimmy's headquarters as he meeting went on.
Image: The CCTV images shared by the comedian calling out the officers who set camp outside the headquarters.
"Happening now outside our @jimi.wanjigi Campaign Offices...Flying Squad wako Kwa gate na sisi tuko Ndani meeting..."
Here is how netizens reacted to the news by the comedian.
Light, "why are they there?"
Ann, "that is unfair."
Reactions are a courtesy of Instagram comment section.
Eric has not updated his fans on what went down after the meeting and if the officers finally accessed the premises.
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