Eric Omondi is a famous comedian who stated his comedy career on NTV's Churchill show while living a hand to mouth lifestyle. The self proclaimed president of African comedy was named the best comedian in Africa in 2019, revealed he was famous but broke in his first months when he appeared on the show. According to Omondi, his fellow comedian Daniel Ndambuki (Churchill) taught him how to make extra cash. And for that reason, Omondi is currently one of the richest comedians in the country.
Below are some of his multimillion properties.
1. Big Tyme entertainment.
2. Vintage Cars.
The funnyman revealed that he purchased six vintage cars and an air craft for shoots.
3. You Tube.
Omondi launched his YouTube channel in October 2011, currently the star boasts over 557,000 subscribers and over 60 million views.
4. Maxys club
Eric ventured into multi million club business in September 22 by purchasing a club Maxys. According to him, his new investment is meant to avoid begging in his sunset years. The club is worth Sh18 million.
5. Chrysler crossfire coupe.
The comedian received a Chrysler crossfire coupe sleek car from Kenyan billionaire Jimi Wanjigi.
6. Crazy Kennar's businesses.
Eric Omondi is the chief executive officer of The Tales of Crazy Kennar and owns a restaurant in Juja square named instant Delicacies.
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