• While Harmonize was able to be whisked away by security officers, fans went after Eric Omondi.
• After gassing up their fans on what to expect from Harmonize's live performance in the club, Eric Omondi did not keep his side of the bargain.
Revelers at Captain's lounge were left disappointed on Friday were left disappointed after expecting an electrifying performance from Tanzanian singer Harmonize. who was accompanied by comedian Eric Omondi.
After gassing up their fans on what to expect from Harmonize's live performance in the club, Eric Omondi did not keep his side of the bargain.
Revelers were required to pay, Sh 1000, for regular tickets, Sh 2,000 for VIP and Sh 5,000 for VVIP.
On reaching the club, Harmonize is said to have performed for about 1 and a half minutes only, and told fans to expect more from him in the Africa Moja concert that will be held at KICC on Saturday, April 30.
In a video seen by Mpasho, Harmonize who is surrounded by a number of guards sings part of his Kwangwaru song featuring Diamond Platnumz.
"Everybody knows that tomorrow I will be shutting KICC down, who is coming with me tomorrow?" Harmonize posed before singing a line from his 'Teacher' song.
After the short performance, fans charged toward Harmonize and Eric Omondi.
While Harmonize was able to be whisked away by security officers, fans were baying for Eric Omondi's blood. They wanted to beat him up.
The comedian has been on the frontline in gassing up his fans towards Harmonize's big concert that will go down at KICC.
Africa Moja concert is going down as the continent the continent prepares to celebrate its independence during the Africa Day on May 25, 2022.
The Afrika Moja concert to be held on Labour Day weekend is the beginning of a month-long celebration of the continent’s triumphs, wins and achievements amidst all the difficulties. This annual concert will set off a celebration of African culture, and it will bring together artists from Kenya, Congo and Tanzania.