Embattled comedian Herman Gakobo Kago alias Prof Hamo has reacted to reports of being fired from Royal Media Services.
On Wednesday, there were widespread reports that the Churchill show comedian had been relieved of his duties at Hot 96, a radio station owned by Royal Media Servies.
Hamo posted two tweets, one a picture with some Royal Media employees among them Citizen TV’s Stephen Letoo while the other one he is with fellow comedian Sleepy David.
He captioned: “Narok big deals coming! Mungu mbele.”
— Hamo The Proffesor (@HamoProf) May 12, 2021
It is alleged that Hamo who has been embroiled in a paternity battle with fellow comedian Juemutai, has been away from work since March, and calls from the company have gone unanswered forcing the management to accept he will never show up again.
The Churchill show comedian has been hosting the breakfast show on Hot 96 with media guru Jeff Koinange and reports indicate he has since been replaced with deputy station manager Clyde Katiba.
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!
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) May 12, 2021
The news comes just a day after the Kenya Medical research institute (KEMRI) released DNA results confirming him as the father of Jemutai’s two children Jeremy and Kaylee.
At the height of the child support drama with his baby mama, Hamo was accused of being a deadbeat father who had last seen his children in October 2020.
Opening up to blogger Edgar Obare, Jemutai, 29, also claimed the comedian who has three kids with his wife in Nakuru, walked out on them in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
It took the intervention of Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki to bring together the warring factions during which it is reported Hamo pledged to cater for the children once the paternity test confirms they are his.