The DNA results for the paternity case involving Churchill Show Comedians, Herman Gakobo Kago popularly known as Professor Hamo and his counterpart Stella Bunei Koitie alias Jemutai Chibambe has been released.
This was revealed after Jemutai took to her social media page on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 and posted a message stating that the results for their paternity case with Professor Hamo were out. She confirming that the Hot 96 presenter was the biological father for her two children.
“DNA results are out. 99.9%,” Jemutai shared on social media.
This came after Jemutai had accused Hamo of neglecting the two children, forcing her to seek help on social media. The comedian sought to sell her Facebook account at Ksh. 1.7 million to clear debts and purchase household commodities.
However, Hamo dismissed her claims stating that his wife was tasked with sending upkeep money to Jemutai and her children. He further denied absconding from his fatherly duties.
“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,” Professor Hamo stated.
Jemutai on her part had alleged that Hamo only offered Ksh. 9,000 and rarely visited his two children.
It took Daniel Ndambuki’s (Churchill) intervention who set up a meeting and mediated between the two.
After solving their issue amicably, Jemutai disclosed that Hamo demanded a DNA test to be conducted on the two children.
“Yes, Hamo, his brother and I were at a restaurant on Wednesday (May 6). We met Churchill and a few guys on Monday, May 4 to sort out issues. We are still finding solutions to the matter.
“At the meeting, he (Hamo) agreed to pay for the school fees which I paid. The DNA will be out in a fortnight,” Jemutai said.