Eric Omondi Launches His Club
Comedian Eric Omondi is joining the list of celebrities who own property in the country. Speaking to the media on Thursday, September 1, the comedian revealed that he had transitioned into owning Maxys Lounge.
“In the next 35 days tutafungua Maxys Lounge. Tutatoa hizi vitu zote tueke zingine,” he showed his fans while speaking in front of the cameras. Omondi divulged that he would be taking charge of the renovation of the club to make it attract an even bigger audience.
He also asked for support from his fans to make sure the club stayed in business. He stated that the club would also be a hub of activities for artists if they needed to use the space.
Eric Omondi also advised Kenyan artists who were currently succeeding in the industry to follow his move and invest in property, especially Real estate. He claimed that they should do that before their years at the top faded.
“I call on Kenyan artists who are at the top. The likes of Otile Brown, Khaligraph Jones, Bien, Sautisol, Willy Paul, Jovial. We should invest before our sunset years,” he advised.
Bien of Sautisol recently acquired a club of his own joining the Kenyan fold of entertainers that is investing property.