• Harmonize took to his social media to recognize Eric as his brother, accompanied with a love and peace sign. 

• They were going to perform at Club Volume in Mombasa, which is owned by former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. 

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Eric Omondi and Harmonize dissapoint fans
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Comedian Eric Omondi and Tanzanian singer Harmonize are now back to calling each other 'brother' after a dramatic encounter at the Kileleshwa Police station on Sunday. 

Moments after Harmonize was arrested for failing to honour agreements to appear in a number of club, the two took the next flight to Mombasa City. 

They were going to perform at Club Volume in Mombasa, which is owned by former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. 

In the plane, Harmonize and Eric Omondi sat together, with Sonko in their vicinity. 

Harmonize then took to his social media to recognize Eric as his brother, accompanied with a love and peace sign. 

In a video, Eric Omondi apologized for the chaos they had caused over the weekend. 

"Hey guys, as a big brother, as a host and as a fellow East African and artist, I want to say sorry. Alot has happened but I was wrong in a lot of it," Eric said before panning his camera to show Harmonize who was sitting next to him.  

The duo proceeded to Mombasa after Harmonize was released from police custody after paying the money he had collected from two clubs. 

Before his release on Sunday afternoon, a source told Mpasho; "The talks are ongoing and so far he had refunded two club promoters Ksh 300,000 and Ksh 450,000."

At the police station, Eric Omondi also claimed that Harmonize punched him on the face when he told him to honour the signed deals. 

"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'." Eric told the press.

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