Female Kenyan comedian who goes by the name of Jemutai has today revealed that she met with a youthful politician with the aim of discussing how they were going to improve themselves economically after her drama with her alleged baby daddy.
In a report which was given by Tuko news, they revealed that the comedian met with honorable Moses Mwendwa in a move to empower the lives of Kenyan youths along with the youths who are going through different situations in Kenya.
However, despite the fact that she did not disclose anything that was discussed between them, she took to her different social media accounts to express her happiness and excitement by thanking the politician.
Her post has however sparked alot of reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter and how she should handle her private issues.
With a section of Kenyans calling her out for allegedly destroying the livelihood of proffessor Hamo who was allegedly fired from his Radio hosting job after the drama, others went ahead and congratulated her for always being there for her children and taking care of them regardless of everything that is happening in her life.
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