Eric Omondi has been exposed by internet sleuths for allegedly lying about buying a new home in Karen.
Internet sleuths have exposed the comedian for posing off as the owner of an air bnb listed property, "I know this house its called Clement home... Hii ni bnb... I've been here for almost a week..."
Image: The, expose seen on a local blog.
The sleuth went ahead to share images of the comedian's alleged new home listed in the bnb website going for about 6,000 Kenyan shillings a night.
The comedian responded to the allegations by admitting to have his new home listed on bnb because he is never around.
The comedian had announced on his Instagram page his acquisition of the multi million home eliciting mixed reactions including background search about the property by internet sleuths.
"This is what 14 years of consistency and hard work looks like. Welcome to the official residence of the president of comedy Africa..."
Image courtesy Instagram.
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