According to Tuko, Prof Hamo abstained from attending the morning show for about 3 weeks and didn't answer calls from the management or his co-host during that period. Reports from the entertainment website claim the former Churchill Show comedian was sacked for gross misconduct.
"Hamo no longer works for the station. We, however, wish him the best in all his endeavours," the highly placed source said.
Trouble started for the celebrated comedian after his baby mama, Jemutai, claimed that he wasn't providing for his two kids whom they sired together.
After engaging in online wars, the two were reconciled by their former boss Daniel 'Churchill' Ndambuki who ensure there was harmony between the estranged lovebirds.
Kenyans who have been following the saga were left in awe after learning the Prof Hamo Was no longer an employee of RMS. Some sent warm words to him while others condemned his latest actions and also faulted his lack of cooperation with his immediate former employers.
Here are their reactions:
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