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"Forgiveness Is When A Person Recognizes And Admits Mistakes," Hamo Hints Building House ForJemutai

Professor Hamo, a comedian, is about to build a house for Jemutai after revealing to his followers that he has already purchased land.

On social media, Hamo posted a photo of himself and Jemutai holding a document with the caption, "I can build a house, you will definitely build that house."

Despite the difficulties they have faced in recent months, it appears they have buried the hat and are planning to build a house for their children.

“I know we've been through a lot, but how we finish is more important than how we start; it took me a while to believe that I wanted my family to be together and have fun; it's a work in progress, but it's a job.

“I can build a house, and you will undoubtedly build a house,” Hamo wrote.

When Jemutai asked the Almighty to bless their plans to build a house, he couldn't help but smile.

“Look at God. Thank you very much. “Let us now build a house,” he wrote.

After several weeks of his never-ending saga with Jemutai, Professor Hamo took to social media in May of this year to apologize to his children.

Hamo, who has been accused of neglecting his children, apologized to his wife and thanked her for accepting him despite his flaws.

He admitted that he could have done things differently, but he said he had learned a lot.

“Forgiveness occurs when a person recognizes and admits their errors. I had to return to the family and perform admirably with them, or else it would have been just the face.

“I would like to thank my boss, who grew up as a mentor, Mr Daniel Ndambuki ‘Churchill,' and life coach Robert Burale for providing us with the necessary knowledge and wisdom as we drink old tea with lots of milk.

” Jemutai, thank you so much for agreeing to sit down and talk about how we will raise our children. “You have always welcomed me despite my flaws, especially Zippy,” he wrote.

In addition, the former HOT 96 radio host apologized to his children and promised to be there for them.

He also apologized to his former employer, Royal Media Services, for omitting his name from the saga.

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Hamo Hamo Hints Jemutai


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