Self proclaimed "president of comedy in Africa" Eric Omondi today surprised many people after he caused a traffic jam on the road. The comedian was doing what he does best, advertising brands. In the video he shared on his Instagram page, Eric was advertising the William Lawsons drink.
Eric gathered a group of heavily built men who marched with him. He himself rode a horse and some few other men. All of them walked in the middle of the road bare chested and wearing skirts. As they walked, they could be seen showcasing their strength by doing some press ups on the road.
Matatus and personal cars on the road were forced to slow down behind them as they could not penetrate the convoy. Matatu drivers who grew impatient of driving behind them forced their way on the side of the road but Eric and his men were not bothered.
Many of his fans have given different comments on the video that has gone viral.
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