KOT reacts as Wanjigi ‘gifts’ Omondi high-end car
Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) have shared their reactions after businessman Jimi Wanjigi was seen gifting comedian Eric Omondi with a high-end car.
In an undated video that has been shared on social media, Wanjigi, who’s announced his intent to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of the country’s next general elections in 2022, is seen handing the popular comedian a Chrysler Crossfire.
The vehicle is to assist Omondi in campaigning for Wanjigi’s presidential bid, via the Fagia Wote (sweep them all) slogan.
“You are doing a good job by marketing this dream to the entire nation,” says Wanjigi, who is said to have deep pockets.
“It is a very solid car, use it to pass the message.”
Same car that Erick omondi was given by Jimmy Wanjigi?
This is Steve mbogo, previously associated with wanjigi. pic.twitter.com/YujRo4yaVg
— Road Alerts (@RoadAlertsKE) September 10, 2021
Eric Omondi with his crew being chased at Jimmy Wanjigi's home after he helped him get 10votes pic.twitter.com/Xe0MvXiSld
— Collo the OG (@ColloOg) September 10, 2021
How we the voters are watching Jimmy Wanjigi gift Eric Omondi a posh car knowing that he will only secure 15 votes. pic.twitter.com/zDtmw5zN4q
— lamex tush (@LameckMutuku) September 10, 2021
Eric Omondi in 2022 trying to explain to Jimmy Wanjigi how he got 23 votes nationwide pic.twitter.com/xfuXA85op4
— Said🇰🇪 (@twita_ke) September 10, 2021
How voters watch jimmy wanjigi gifting Eric omondi . pic.twitter.com/ts7nsVixm9
— Manuukenya™ (@manuukenya) September 9, 2021
Wanjigi gifted the comedian the car on the day he also accused the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party, in which he wishes to vie for the presidency, of attempting to handpick its presidential candidate other than using the required legal channels.
“It (the decision to handpick) is vague, improper and clearly flies in the face of the mood of the members who wish to participate in a transparent and democratic process to reinvigorate the party for the 2022 elections,” said Wanjigi in a hard-hitting statement.
Although he is yet to publicly declare his presidential bid, opposition leader Raila Odinga is considered favourite to be handed the ODM presidential ticket