Have you heard about Eric Omondi’s newest project?
If not, the comedian is aiming to capture your attention with a talk show held inside a toilet.
Apparently, the point of the project is to allow people to vent out their miseries and symbolically flush them down the toilet.
We are yet to understand who the target audience for the show is, but there is more clarity in Eric’s comedy counterpart, Jalango’s new project.
So, the radio host has teamed up with his ex co-host, Alex Mwakideu to bring us a show about setting up homes from scratch.
Not to sound judgy or anything of the sort, but don’t you think the latter will sell more, since more people will relate and want to learn a thing or two about becoming a homeowner?
As for Eric’s show, this is Kenya. We are already used to kulilia kwa choo.
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:
Drama Expected At Uhuru’s PG Meeting As Tangatanga MPs Threaten To Do The Following
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday sanctioned a Senate Parliamentary Group meeting set to be held at KICC on Tuesday.
The PG, reports say, is set to kick out Senate Majority Whip Senator Irungu Kang’ata from office following his controversial letter to President Uhuru among many other things that have been deemed as a show of disrespect to the Head of State.
The PG comes a day after the Jubilee Disciplinary Committee suspended seven nominated Senators from the Jubilee Party over gross misconduct and disrespecting the president.
Ruto ICC lawyer poised to replace Bensouda
Deputy President William Ruto’s ICC lead defense lawyer Karim Khan could be elected the court’s next prosecutor in a fresh twist that has drawn the wrath of African civil society.
The race to succeed outgoing Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has come down to two frontrunners – Khan and Irish lawyer Fergal Gaynor, who represented the PEV victims – in the collapsed cases against President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto.
Uhuru and Ruto were not acquitted, the charges were withdrawn because witnesses recanted, disappeared or were murdered.
“Don’t Dare Attend Jubilee PG On Tuesday,” Senator Omanga Warned After Saying She is Going Nowhere
Former Jubilee Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on Monday dismissed her expulsion from Jubilee Party saying she had not received any official communication from the Party leadership on the same adding that their ouster from the seat is null and void.
The seven who were expelled from Jubilee Party include Senator Isaac Mwaura, Senator Victor Prengei, Senator Oman Dekow, Senator Omanga, Senator Waqo Jilo, Mary Seneta and Senator Mary Yiane.
Taking to her Facebook Page, the Former Senator said they are not going anywhere perhaps hinting that they are going to put a spirited fight in the corridors of justice that will see Jubilee Party disciplinary committee ruling stayed.
All eyes today are on Jubilee as the Party holds a Senate PG meeting, with the top agenda being speculated as the ‘slaughter’ of Majority Chief Whip Irungu Kang’ata. Do you think he will survive the onslaught, or will he face the same fate as his predecessor Susan Kihika?