Just a weeks after DNA showed Prof Hamo is a biological father to the Jemutai's two children, she (Jemutai) seemed now to be a happy woman. It was also reported that Hamo agreed to take care of the two children as he thanks his wife for accommodating him even during the time of temptations.
Taking to his facebook page, Jemutai raised a question which aroused different reactions from Netizens. It is well known that Hamo is a Kikuyu but Jemutai took an opportunity to ask Netizens about the characters of a Kisii especially during marriage."Taja sifa moja ya kuolewa na mkisii," asked Jemutai. Many left wondering whether Jemutai is planning to have a Kisii lover while others urged her to concentrate with Hamo telling her to ask them about characteristics of being married to Hamo. Below are some of the reactions."Jemutai, you no longer interested in being married to Hamo? You want to get married to a Kisii? Shauri yako utakuwa ukipigwa kama ngoma," said Karush Mo.Leave your comment and share this article with your friends.
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