Churchill's Intervention Ends Jemutai & Hamo's Bitter Fight

  • Churchill Show comedian Jemutai Chibambe (left), its founder Daniel 'Churchill' Ndambuki (center) and Hot 96 presenter Professor Hamo.
    Churchill Show comedian Jemutai Chibambe (left), its founder Daniel 'Churchill' Ndambuki (center) and Hot 96 presenter Professor Hamo.
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  • Churchill Show founder Daniel Ndambuki has intervened and put to an end a bitter fight between comedians Herman Gakobo Kago, popularly known as Professor Hamo and Stella Bunei Koitie, known by her stage name Jemutai Chibambe.

    Ndambuki, in a statement he shared on Sunday, May 2, disclosed that he had reached out to the two comedians and agreed to handle the matter privately. 

    "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," he explained.

    The two had been engaged in a public showdown after Jemutai claimed that Hamo had neglected the two children they sired together.

    Churchill Show presenters Jemutai Chibambe and Prof Hamo during a past performance
    Churchill Show presenters Jemutai Chibambe and Prof Hamo during a past performance
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    After the intervention, the two deleted messages they had made online blaming each other of the outcome.

    Ndambuki runs the Churchill Show through his company, Laugh Industry. The programme helped launch both Hamo and Jemutai's careers, as well as for tens of other comedians. 

    Hamo was the first to refute claims that he was a deadbeat father and insisted that he was providing for all his children.

    The Hot 96 FM presenter explained that he had worked out a plan with his wife who sends upkeep money for the children he sired out of wedlock.

    "I have children who live with me and others who don't live with me. I have been providing for my children from day one and there's no day they went without food or shelter or anything they need.

    "My wife is the one who sends upkeep for the children who don't live with us. This has been the agreement between my family and the mother of the children," explained Hamo.

    In response, Jemutai accused him of lying claiming that she had only received Ksh 9,000 and warned him that she had evidence that he had been violent in the past.

    “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 warned.

    Their online fight spun a lot of memes targeting the two comedians especially after Jemutai exposed that Hamo's last encounters with his children only involved two Oreo biscuits.

    So dire was the situation that Jemutai considered selling her Facebook account for Ksh1.7 million in order to provide for her children.

    Daniel Churchill Ndambuki strikes a pose.
    Daniel Churchill Ndambuki strikes a pose.
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