Hamo asked for DNA test-Jemutai reveals after meeting baby Daddy in heated meeting organized by Churchill

Emotional Professor Hamo offers apology, owns up to his mistakes on deadbeat dad and violence scandal exposed by Jemutai

In a new twist of events, Churchill show comedian, Jemutai has disclosed that her baby daddy, and fellow comedian Professor Hamo asked for a paternity test after their meeting with Churchill.
Jemutai revealed that the samples were taken and the results should be out in two weeks as per Professor Hamo’s demands.

The meeting also saw Hamo agree to pay school fees for their first born and had already given the required amount, which she has paid to the school.
Jemutai added that they are still trying to sort out their issues, with the help of Churchill and other individuals she did not mention.

“Yes, that was me, Hamo and his brother we were at Big Square on Wednesday. We met on Monday with Churchill and a few guys to try and sort out issues. We are still sorting out issues. At the meeting he agreed to pay for the school fees, so tulimeet on Wednesday as agreed and he gave me the school nkalipa jana… the DNA will be out in 2 weeks.

We did the DNA on Tuesday at KEMRI,” Jemutai wrote.

Churchill Show presenters Jemutai Chibambe and Prof Hamo during a past performance
Churchill Show presenters Jemutai Chibambe and Prof Hamo during a past performance

Her words come shortly after Churchill said the two had agreed to deal with the matter privately.
“We have had a long cordial talk with Hamo & Jemutai and agreed to deal with the matter privately and find an amicable solution..in the end the kids have to win.Have a blessed Sunday,” said Churchill.

It all started when Jemutai revealed that comedian Professor Hamo was the father of her two kids, but had unfortunately he has neglected them.

In an expose, Jemutai narrated that she got her first child with Hamo in 2016 and their second born daughter in October 2019 and their relationship has been on and off.

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