Rumours are spreading that Churchill comedian Prof Hamo has been fired from Royal media services. However, this is not true. Reports from known sources indicate that prof Hamo left Royal Media services early this year. It is said that since March 2021, he has not reported to work and also ignoring calls from his bosses. Until today, He has not given the reason why he decided to quit the job.
Today, rumours were spreading that Prof Hamo was fired immediately after DNA test conducted some few days back. Prof Hamo has been trending for the past weeks.This is after Edga Obare revealed that he sired two kids with his fellow comedian Jemutai, and was not supporting his kids.
The two comedians then decided to use their social media platforms to air their private life, something which was not pleasing at all. Churchill came to their rescue when he called for a meeting with the two. In the meeting, Prof Hamo promised to take care of their kids, but asked for a DNA test to be carried out so that he can confirm the two kids belongs to him. Yesterday, the DNA test results were out showing that he is the father.
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