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Eric Omondi Reveals the Reason Behind the Flop of Churchill Show’s High Ranked Stand Up Comedians

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Kenyan self-proclaimed President of Comedy Eric Omondi has revealed the reason behind the flop of some of the greatest stand-up comedians in the country.

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Speaking in an interview sit-down, Eric Omondi said the reason behind it all is because the Kenyan government hasn’t set a conducive environment for comedians to thrive but rather sucks them dry by taxing the little they have.

There’s no conducive atmosphere in the country for artists to thrive, particularly, a conducive environment. There are examples of Willis Raburu. See what MCSK is doing…..

The father of one did also reveal that he has been approached by quite a number of comedians, urging him to help them by talking to people so that he can raise money for them. He went on to say that it is the ignorance of the government that kills talent.

He also added that they also lack motivation from the corporations that’s supposed to send something their way. As much as the creatives may create a show asking people to turn up and support them, this is a hard time, and as much as a little distraction will do, people don’t really want to laugh or be entertained. It is even worse that all this is happening at a fee.

There’s nothing to laugh about with the current situation in the country.

According to Eric, artists in the country are not okay, as they are going through a lot; it is only that they are afraid of going public and saying it. He emphasized that the Kenya MCSK is among those who are sucking dry the Kenyan creatives and demotivating them from putting in the work. The only good thing they are good at doing, according to the ‘Sisi kwa Sisi’ founder, is taxing the little that the creatives have. He concluded by saying that the Kenyan government is lagging behind by not doing what other nations are doing by supporting their own, and they are to be held accountable should anything happen to creatives and artists because of the reasons he has clearly highlighted above

Eric, however, clarified that the reason he has what he holds at the moment is because he overworks more and because of the levels Eric Omondi has gone to. You and I can truly attest to this from seeing him on the streets, championing for the innocent and the needy, he also defended the Kenyan creatives saying they are too putting in the work, it is only that there are no returns and the government doesn’t recognize their work.

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