Churchill comedian professor Hamo has come out clean on the widespread allegations on him concerning the negligence of his family and kids.
Few days ago Hamo was accused of neglecting his fatherly duties, making it hard for his alleged wife who also happens to be a comedian, Jemutai to raise the kids all alone.
Taking to his Facebook page, the comedian rubbished the controversies with a steadfast comments of his concern and cooperation in providing for his kids.
Professor Hamo emphasised that he had many children with some away from him and others who live with him, in his lengthy statement addressing the issue he denied the allegations loaded against him.
He explained his concern for what had gone viral about him and the relationship with his kids, Hamo promised to continue watching over and protecting his children despite the ups and downs that sometimes come about in life.
His clarity concerning the issue have sparked reactions among netizens with a section of Kenyans against and some backing him up.
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