Prof Hamo has developed a soft personality and resorted to giving motivational quotes and speeches few days after he was fired from the Royal Media Services’ Hot 96.
According to Prof Hamo, good things come not just when things work for you but also when they go against you like in his current case.
“greatness comes not when things always go good for you. But it comes when you are really tested, when you take some knocks, some disappointments, when sadness comes. Because only if you have been in the deepest valley can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain. Gooooood morning #TheHangOut.” Wrote the comedian.
After making this speech, his fans joked with the talented artist on whether he had landed a new career of issuing free words of motivation to the people of which he jokingly confirmed in the affirmative.
Comedian Herman Gakobo Kago famously known as Prof Hamo was recently fired by Royal Media Services (RMS) which runs Hot 96 radio.
Prof Hamo used to host a radio show together with Veteran Citizen TV news anchor Jeff Koinange. They both hosted a breakfast Drive show on the station.
Sources reveal that his position has so far been handed over to Deputy Station Manager, Clyde Katiba, who has been hosting the Morning Drive show with Jeff in the last couple of days.
Credible sources from the Royal Media services also revealed to Sonko News that the comedian had at some point been at loggerheads with his bosses who accused him of indiscipline and that the drama between him and his baby mama Jemutai provided an opportune moment for them to kick him out.
“He was relieved of his duties after the scandal with Stella Bunei Koitie (Jemutai Chibambe) emerged,” said the source.
Another source said “Hamo no longer works for the station. We, however, wish him the best in all his endeavors.”
Other entities however claimed that the Hot 96 FM co-host left the station sometimes back without being fired.
“Prof Hamo left Royal Media services around March this year and has never returned. He simply disappeared and has since never returned calls from his bosses at Royal Media Services. My sources inform me that Royal Media never fired him, they had hoped he will return!” Posed one Abraham Mutai.
Senior Blogger Edgar Obare recently 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.
The female comedian claimed that she was struggling to raise her kids after the baby daddy Prof Hamo abandoned them.