Professor Hamo publicly accepts Jemutai kids, asks for forgiveness

By Naomi Njoroge On Tue, 18 May, 2021 23:16 | 2 mins read
A collage photo of Prof Hamo and Comedienne Jemutai. Photo: Courtesy.

Comedian Professor Hamo has publicly accepted Jemutai’s children and asked for forgiveness from his fans and followers.

In a long Facebook post, Hamo expressed his gratitude to comedienne Jemutai for agreeing to have a sit-down with him in order to discuss the way forward in raising the two kids.

The developments come in the backdrop of a fierce exchange on social media after the two exposed each other on their parental failures.

Their wrangles led the comedy chief Churchill Ndambuki to step in noting that the kids should win in the long run.

Later on, Hamo asked for a DNA test to be conducted at KEMRI and results were out on Tuesday, May 11, which read 99.9% and confirmed that he was the father.

He has then accepted to take all the responsibilities and hopes that his children will forgive him when they grow older.

” Life has a way of forcefully instilling wisdom into someone. A lot happened, so much was said, both positive and negative in the same breath. If an apology is to be made then it should be soul searched, true, and from deep down. Apologies are made when someone realizes and owns up to their mistakes. I had to go back to family and make good with them otherwise all this would have been a facade. We are patching up things, not there yet but headed there by His grace. I would like to thank my boss turned mentor, Mr. Daniel Ndambuki ‘Churchill’, and Life coach Robert Burale for instilling vital knowledge & wisdom in us tukikunywa kale ka chai kamejaa maziwa miiingi..!A big thank you to Jemutai for agreeing for us to sit down and have a peaceful discussion on how we are going to raise our kids. A special thank you to Zippy you still accommodated me despite my shortcomings. To my young ones, life is not an easy road, papa is very sorry & he hopes one day when you are old enough to understand you will forgive me. Nawapenda wote & I will always be here for you. RMS family poleni for being dragged into all this you know we were here 3 weeks earlier. And to you my fans. Without you, I am just Herman. With you, I am Prof Hamo. Kindly allow me to add another chapter in “My Book Of..”I am deeply sorry for letting you down. I am not yet there but working towards being a responsible person, dad, husband & man. Mungu ni Mwema..!!! ” Hamo wrote.

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