Kenyan Comedian Eric Omondi is arguably one of the most industrious creatives in the country. Alongside his self earned fame within the country, the comedian has always yearned for greater heights across various borders. Just few months ago, Omondi made history in the neighbouring Tanzania after he single-handedly filled a whole stadium with over 46,000 people in attendance. Nevertheless, the comedian met yet another major achievement after being appointed the chief campaigner by one of the Kenya's Presidential aspirants and billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi.
Well, despite all these achievements; Omondi has never been a proponent of showcasing his personal properties. But then, with over 10 years in the Kenyan Showbiz; Omondi is indeed enjoying the fruits of his toil. Through one of the famous Kenyan blogs SPM Buzz,
the comedian's palatial home in Nairobi has been today unveiled for the first time to Kenyans. The bungalow which is located in Karen apparently costs Ksh.150 million as reported by the blog.
Moreover, Omondi reportedly owns another 40 million mansion in his hometown in Kisumu. Alongside his skits, Omondi is a brand influencer for hundreds of companies which also seem to be pumping a lot of token into his pocket.
Indeed, Hardwork surely pays.
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