Churchill Show Comedian Herman Gakobo Kago alias Prof Hamo on Tuesday evening, May 18, made an emotional public apology following accusations by comedian Jemutai that he was a dead beat father.
The comedian released a statement which was shared across his social media profiles, owning up to his mistake and went on to ask his family for forgiveness for the trouble he had put them through in days.
“I had to go back to family and make good with them otherwise all this would have been a facade. We are patching up things, not there yet but headed there by His grace,” Hamo wroteHe also thanked Churchill founder Daniel Ndambuki and life coach Robert Burale for intervening and guiding him with their wisdom as the scandal unfolded.
“To the RMS family, I’m sorry that you got dragged into all this. To you my fans, without you I am just Herman. With you I am Prof Hamo. I am deeply sorry for letting you down,” he wrote.
“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 short comings,” he added.
He also apologized to his young children and expressed hope that they would forgive him once they were old enough to understand the situation.
“To my young ones, life is not an easy road, papa is very sorry and he hopes one day when you are old enough to understand you will forgive me. I love you and I will always be here for you.
He concluded by stating that he was working towards being a responsible person, dad, husband and man.
In their public spat in which Jemutai exposed him as a deadbeat dad, Jemutai also lifted the lid on their troubled union, warning that she was holding a lot from the public.
“Hamo kindly note that I am withholding so much from the public including the day you were violent I have all the recording of you apologising to Abner. Accept you have failed as a father and you are ready to better. Better do better,” she said.