Comedian Eric Omondi from Kenya might find himself on the wrong side of the law. This is after he was seen flaunting covid-19 rules in kisumu city, which is in Nyanza. The comedian through his Instagram account shared a video of him and some of his fans in kisumu. In the video, Eric Omondi was seen just having a good time with his fans and people could that none of his fans had a face mask.
Remember during this period of Corona pandemic, the government has been cautioning the citizens to keep distance and observe the regulations from the Ministry of Health. But Comedian Eric Omondi was seen together with media personality Betty Kyalo in the same car. And both as you can see from the photos, they both don't have their face masks on.
The comedian posted the video in his Instagram account and had this caption;
In the comment section, some Netizens warned Eric Omondi for not adhering to covid-19 regulations. Some even are wondering how they moved to Kisumu from Nairobi with the lock down that was put during the Presidential address. Here are some of the comments ;
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