Prof Hamo requests for DNA tests of ‘his children’, pays fees after a meeting with Jemutai

By Bosco Marita On Fri, 7 May, 2021 17:33 | 2 mins read
A collage photo of Prof Hamo and Comedienne Jemutai. Photo: Courtesy.

Popular Churchill Show comedian Herman Kago, alias Prof Hamo, and his estranged lover comedienne Stella Koitie, popularly known as Jemutai, on Monday met to iron out issues bedevilling the upbringing of their two children.

The revelations were confirmed by Jemutai who admitted to blogger Edgar Obare that they indeed met and had a conversation on several issues.

The blogger had shared a picture of Jemutai, Prof Hamo and his brother at a restaurant.

“Yes, that was me, Hamo and his brother. We were at Big Square on Wednesday. We met on Monday with Churchill and a few guys to try and sort out issues. We are still sorting out issues,” said Jemutai as per the screenshot of their conversation shared by the blogger.

The comedienne further reveals that Prof Hamo requested a paternity test for the two children. The tests were done on Tuesday at Kemri, she says.

She also reveals that she met the comedian on Wednesday and that he gave her money to sort out school fees.

“At the meeting, he agreed to pay for the school fees. So we met on Wednesday as agreed and he gave me the school fees and I paid yesterday. The DNA results will be out in two weeks,” Jemutai disclosed.

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

It began when Jemutai requested blogger Obare to help her in putting on sale her Facebook page for she is unable to pay rent and fend for the needs of her family.

Her remarks sparked outrage forcing Prof Hamo to comment on the issue where he said he has been performing his duties well as the father to the children.

Jemutai fired back at Prof Hamo dismissing his sentiments and told him to accept he has failed as the father.

The matter was put to rest online following the intervention of their career mentor Danial Ndambuki, alias Churchill.

Churchill shared on social media that the issue will be solved in private and the two went on to delete their messages on their social pages.

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