Comedian Erick Omondi’s ultimatum to Raila


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Self imposed president of comedy in Africa Erick Omondi is at it again.

Omondi has recorded a video, warning ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto against ignoring the youths.

According to Omondi, the two leaders have been unleashing political pacts ahead of August 9, elections, but none of the pacts has the interest of the youths.

Omondi has since given the two leaders seven days to give a verdict on the youth, or face his wrath.

“Wisdom belongs to the old and strength belongs to the youth!!! I am giving the Rt Hon Raila Odinga and Dr William Ruto seven days to look for me/us and tell us what’s in for us,” Omondi said in the video.

He added: “After seven days, we will unveil the biggest revolution Kenya has ever seen and everything will change!!! Underestimate us at your own peril… seven days!!!.”

Fresh blood

While using the analogy of two horses, Omondi claimed that same politicians have been recycled in every general election since 2002.

“Every time hua tunaambiwa it’s always a two horse race, kwa nini ni lazima iwe Ruto ama Raila and we are told there is no other option, kuna tofauti gani hio na slavery?”

It is however not a secret that the comedian supports Jimi Wanjigi presidential bid.

In his campaign in support of Wanjigi, the comedian swept the internet with the ‘Fagia wote’ slogan that was meant to clean up the old folks in politics and bring about change.

It is not however clear if his new venture would lead to the support of the same candidate, or a different one.


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