Comedian Eric Omondi, who is known for his humor, has recently been involved in various humanitarian efforts aimed at improving the lives of those in need. Here are five notable actions he has taken:
Omondi purchased school uniforms for four needy students and challenged the government to take a pay cut to alleviate the suffering of many Kenyans.
He paid the hospital bills of five women at Pumwani Maternity Hospital, securing their release, and urged the government to prioritize this issue.
Omondi paid the KSh 10,000 fine for Joyce Naserian, a woman imprisoned at Langata Women’s Prison, leading to her release. He later vowed to work on decongesting Kenyan prisons.
The comedian facilitated the release of 22 petty offenders from Nairobi West Men’s Prison, giving them two packets of flour each.
Omondi came to the aid of a Boda Boda rider arrested for allegedly trespassing, paying his cash bail of 25,000.
These efforts demonstrate Omondi’s commitment to making a difference in the lives of the less fortunate and advocating for social change.