The 2022 General Elections’ momentum is intensively picking up with a majority of Kenyans declaring their intentions to vie for the various positions.
Well, the latest entrant into the 2022 conversation is the President of African comedy Eric Omondi.
The comedian on Wednesday disclosed that he would be considering to vie for the country’s presidency while indicating that he will make a statement on the same on September 1, 2022.
While sharing screenshots of messages urging him to take a political seat in the next elections, Eric highlighted that it was time youths joined the revolution.
Kwani ni Kesho??? Always looks Impossible until it is DONE!!! Kuna siku VIJANA WATAUNGANA!!! TIME IMEFIKA!!! The Revolution shall be televised.
He wrote on his social media page.
Gospel artist Reuben Kigame recently announced that he will be on the presidential ballot come next year while comedian Jalang’o has popularised his desire to win the Lang’ata seat.
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