• Eric Omondi claims Harmonize assaulted him at the police station in front of ex-governor Mike Sonko and Kileleshwa OCPD.
• Harmonize found himself at crossroads because organizers of the Africa Moja concert could not allow him to hold other events apart from the main one.
Comedian Eric Omondi is no longer leaving any stone unturned in exposing his 'business ally' and Tanzanian singer Harmonize.
The friends have now turned foes after Harmonize was arrested for breaching a club appearance contract signed with about four entertainment joints in Kenya.
Addressing the press at the Kileleshwa Police station, Eric Omondi decided to lay bare all the fraudulent actions that Harmonize is accused of committing.
He further accused the Kwangwaru hitmaker of assaulting him at the police station in front of ex-governor Mike Sonko.
"Harmonize has punched me in front of Kileleshwa OCPD, he has punched my face infront of Mike Mbuvi Sonko, it was inside a police station. I am bleeding."
"I gave him money and he refused to perform, so we told him to return the money. I told him there is no need to fight...'I have given you money and you have been arrested, I do not want to embarrass you, lets go to Mombasa and do a show because you have been paid, yesterday you refused to go to Kokoriko, yesterday you caused problems at Captains and I covered you,' While talking, he punched me," Eric Omondi said.
Eric went on to reveal how the payments from 4 clubs were made.
"He was trying to con four clubs, I took money from 33 havens, from Mike Mbuvi Sonko, from Kokoriko and he took money from Captains."
According to the comedian, Harmonize found himself at crossroads because organizers of the Africa Moja concert could not allow him to hold other events apart from the main one.
He says he advised the singer to refund the money but he declined and insulted him.
Eric Omondi added that he will be also suing Harmonize for assaulting him.
According to the Kenyan law, the assault case can result to imprisonment, detention or Harmonize will be required to compensate Eric Omondi.