Comedian Eric Omondi has flaunted a multi-million-shilling mansion he claims to be his.
Omondi posted a video of the seven-bedroom house located in the posh estate of Karen, Nairobi on his Facebook page.
The self-declared president of comedy in Africa claimed the villa is worth Sh141 million, saying he spent Sh72 million for the construction and Sh69 million to buy the piece of land on which the house sits.
“This (house) is a culmination of my hard work in 14 years of comedy…I have been in the industry for a long time, and I need some peace and quiet place to create ideas,” said Omondi.
Omondi, who has been living in Kileleshwa, said he will move into the house on October 19th.
In a separate video, the comedian told off those claiming that the exquisite mansion does not belong to him, insisting that talent and comedy pays.
“If you went to America, Kevin Hart owns five houses because the American culture believes that hard work pays,” says Omondi.
He went on to display title deed number Nairobi/Karen/44443 to prove that he indeed owns the property.
The title indicates it was issued to Erick Otieno Omondi on September 7th, 2021.