Churchill Finally Intervenes In The Drama Between Jemutai And Hamo

KEY POINTS

  • Churchill has finally come out publicly to intervene in the drama between Jemutai and prof Hamo which is almost going out of control.
  • According to Churchill, the two lovers ought to use other peaceful avenues to arrive at an amicable solution which will see the kids win at the end.
  • Churchil's intervention came in the wake of a bitter public exchange between the two lovers with Jemutai accusing her baby Daddy of being a deadbeat father.

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Churchill has finally come out publicly to intervene in the drama between Jemutai and prof Hamo which is almost going out of control.

According to Churchill, the two lovers ought to use other peaceful avenues to arrive at an amicable solution which will see the kids win at the end.

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“We have had a long cordial talk with Hamo and 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.

Churchill’s intervention came in the wake of a bitter public exchange between the two lovers with Jemutai accusing her baby Daddy of being a deadbeat father.

Recently, blogger Edgar Obare revealed that Churchill comedian Jemutai reached out to him and disclosed that she was selling her Facebook account at the cost of 1.7 million Kenya shillings in a bid to pay her debts.

“I am a mother of two and a comedian. Life is becoming hard every day and I have lots of arrears. I want to sell my Facebook account to anyone in business. It has over 850,000 followers. I am selling at Ksh2 bob per follower,” said Jemutai.

“I want to be able to start a business and take care of my children. I know it is a desperate move but I wanted to pay my bills. As a mother I would do anything for my kids,” she added on all her social media platforms.

According to the veteran comedian, she had been struggling to pay bills and feed her kids alone and urged Kenyans not to criticize or bully her on the basis of being a celebrity.

She further requested Kenyans not to apportion blames to comedian Daniel Ndambuki like in the past situations. Ndambuki is the brainchild behind the popular Churchill show that gives many comedians platforms to showcase their talents.

“I don’t want anyone to blame Churchill as I don’t have any issues with him. He is such a nice boss. Selling my account was my personal decision because that’s like my asset,” she posed.

RELATED STORY: Jemutai Reveals How Their Love With Prof Hamo Began

 

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