The popular comedians, professor Hamo and Jemutai have been trending on social media over their relationship issues. Jemutai came public that Hamo had deserted his two kids and he no longer takes his responsibilities as a father and husband.
Not until Jemutai brought the issue on social media, no one would know what she has been harbouring. There has been different responses to the issue form different people. Advices too have come in for Jemutai. One of the latest being that of Millicent Omanga.
The controversial nominated senator has advised the duo to sort their issues away from social media. She has reminded them that their kids are innocent too. However, she noted that Jemutai needs love and care. It's the nature of women to want attention and care and Jemutai venting on social media, i think should be taken kindly. Otherwise it's our hope that the two will sort the issue amicabaly and successfully. Here are reactions from netizens to her advice to the duo.
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