Eric Omondi explains why he has decided to leave Nairobi For ushago in Siaya

Popular Comedian and activist Eric Omondi revealed that he has decided to return to his village Segqy, in Siaya County this week, where the funeral preparations for his younger brother, Fred Omondi has been ongoing.

Fred Omondi, the former Churchill Show comedian passed away two weeks ago after tragic road accident involving a bodaboda.

Yesterday, the funeral committee issued a schedule on the burial of Fred. The committee detailed that Fred will be buried on 29th June.

Speaking to entertainment reporters last week after the completion of the Last Laugh event for Fred, organized by fellow comedians at the Carnivore venue in Nairobi, Eric said that he had decided to return home to calm himself.

Omondi said that at first, the death of his brother appeared like a dream. He however said that reality had began to slap his face and that is why he decided to return to the village as way of therapy.

This week will really be hard, I am fatigued but we will just go through. At least the committee has managed many things right now, I’m going to the village today. You know there are trees, there are rivers … it’s like therapy, but it’s been very difficult in the last week, ”Eric said.

You know Sahi ndio truth is hitting me that we have lost Fred. Terence told me to cry, right now it’s like I’m in denial, I’m in shock. And so I feel that it is too heavy for me and that’s why I don’t want to stay in Nairobi. I just want to go home and to stay there, I will come back during the worship of the dead and take the body, ”he added.

About how he received reports of the death of his younger brother, Eric who seemed to have a lot of ideas said;

News of Fred’s death hit me badly, Terence phoned me, so this day my phone was turned off, Lynne woke me up in the morning of 6am saying Terence wanted me to call him immediately. When I called him he told me to run away from Mama Lucy to see Fred had an accident. I was informed that it was a motorcycle accident, I was so confused because I know motorcycle accidents are Dangerous.”

According to the burial committee chairman, Fred will be buried on 29th June, at his Village, Sega, in Siaya County.

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