Professor Hamo Dares Trevor Ombija to a Dance-Off [VIDEO]

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    Citizen TV anchor Trevor Ombija and Hot 96 radio presenter Herman Kago alias Professor Hamo dancing on Tuesday 8 September 2020.
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  • Hot 96 radio presenter Herman Kago alias Professor Hamo on Tuesday, September 8 dared Citizen TV news anchor Trevor Ombija to a dance challenge.

    Ombija was standing in for Hamo's co-host, Jeff Koinange who is away in Kigali, Rwanda to moderate a virtual summit dubbed Africa Green Revolution Forum.

    Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, Ombija revealed that Hamo had dared him to a dance challenge while they were hosting The Hot Breakfast.

    Citizen TV anchor Trevor Ombija hosting a forum at Laico Regency hotel on November 26, 2019.
    Citizen TV anchor Trevor Ombija hosting a forum at Laico Regency Hotel on November 26, 2019.
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    "It was a dare from Hamo, we were having fun and I decided to stop being the stuck up news anchor and dance a bit and liked it.

    "It reminded me of my younger days when I used to dance not as a professional dancer but just having fun, I like dancing contrary to popular belief, its just that I do not like doing it in public," explained Ombija.

    The two media personalities were dancing to popular Lingala song Solola Bien by Wenge Musica during the show with Ombija being so engaged in that he took off his coat.

    File image of comedian Professor Hamo during a past performance
    File image of comedian Professor Hamo during a past performance
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    During the breakfast show, Hamo and Ombija hosted Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura and Senior Data Analyst at Twaweza Africa Dr. James Mbugua.

    Ombija who anchors the Monday Report and Day Break noted that he would not mind venturing back to radio having done news at Easy FM now Nation FM, as he enjoyed the experience.

    "The show was brilliant, Hamo is a funny guy, it was a different experience from what I do which is news and it was more about having fun, I cannot believe they are paid to listen to music.

    "Doing radio is not a very bad idea for me, the good thing is that at Royal Media Services I can do either just that now I am swamped with the shows I have but when I can I will definitely do it," he stated.

    The former NTV anchor will stand in for Jeff for the whole week before he returns from his duties in Rwanda.

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