Former Churchill Show comedian Herman Kago, popularly known as Professor Hamo, has left tongues wagging all over social media months after he was called a deadbeat dad by fellow comedienne Stella Bunei alias Jemutai.
After the defaming moments, Hamo now is set to build Jemutai a house and taking the social media, the funnyman revealed to his followers that he has already bought a piece of land.
In a Facebook post, the former Hot 96 presenter shared a photo of himself and Jemutai holding a title deed with the caption: “I can build a house, you’ll definitely make it a home.”
It now seems that despite the rough few months that put the two in the limelight, Hamo and Jemutai have buried the hatchet and are intent on building a home for their kids.
“I know we've been through a lot but it's not how we start but how we finish that matters, it took time for you to believe that I wanted my family to be together and happy, it's still work in progress but this is a start,"
“I can build a house, you'll definitely make it a home,” a happy Hamo posted on social media.
On her part, Jemutai could not hide her joy as she asked God to bless their plans of building a home.
“See God. Thank you. Now let's build a home,” Jemutai wrote.
Just a few months ago, Professor Hamo took to social media to apologise to his children following weeks of his unending saga with Jemutai.
The funnyman, who was accused of neglecting his kids, also apologized to his wife and thanked her for accommodating him despite his shortcomings that portrayed a bad image.
The former Hot 96 Breakfast Show presenter acknowledged that there are some things he would have handled differently but stated that he had learnt so much.
“Apologies are made when someone realizes and owns up to their mistakes. I had to go back to family and make good with them otherwise all this would have been a facade…
“A big thank you to Jemutai for agreeing for us to sit-down and have a peaceful discussion on how we are going to raise our kids. A special thank you to Zippy you still accommodated me despite my shortcomings,” Hamo wrote.
Hamo also thanked Churchill CEO Daniel Ndambuki for coming into his help in solving the matter with Jemutai.
“I would like to thank my boss turned mentor, Mr. Daniel Ndambuki ‘Churchill’ and Life coach Robert Burale for instilling vital knowledge & wisdom in us tukikunywa kale ka chai kamejaa maziwa miiingi..!"
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