Eric Omondi’s photographer, Ronald Tonui, had a rough time with police after he was busted taking photos at a public place.
Eric Omondi’s photographer ruffed up by police over photos taken on Mashujaa Day
Police arrested Eric Omondi’s photographer on October 20th for taking photos at a public place without consent.
For starters, Ronald is a professional photographer who has worked with a number of artists including Jua Cali, King Kaka among others. He’s currently Eric Omondi’s official photographer.
Tonui was arrested by the police who were patrolling the streets of Nairobi on Mashujaa Day; he was at the railway station taking photos of the scenic view of the city as the sun was setting down.
Two police officers approached Tonui and demanded license which gave him the ok to take photos of public places.
The cops ‘harassed’ Eric Omondi’s photographer after he failed to produce the permit they demanded. He was whisked to the nearby Railway police station where he was locked for a few hours before he was finally let loose on a police bail.
A defiant Tonui proceeded to post the photos he took on Instagram as he disclosed he was arrested for taking the beautiful photos.
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