Comedian Eric Omondi has again earned himself another day behind bars after he attempted to go to statehouse with a cart full of CVs.
Omondi was arrested along Statehouse Road before he could even deliver his message.
Before the dramatic arrest, Eric was captured pulling the cart which was filled with boxes that had papers of different Kenyans.
“Statehouse Express CVs,” read the posters on his cart.
This comes just hours he shared online that Kenyans might be forced to free themselves from all kinds of slavery if the government fails to act as soon as possible.
“We might be forced to Free ourselves. It is God’s will that we are FREE from Poverty and from any other form of Slavery. PEOPLE are SUFFERING and if the Government doesn’t act FAST…WE WILL ACT SOON. DO THE RIGHT THING. The clock keeps ticking,” Eric said.
This is the third time this month the comedian is getting arrested. He was earlier arrested for leading protests over the high cost of living at parliament buildings.
A week later, he was arrested at City stadium while distributing free maize flour.