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James Wachira: Professor Hamo remembers late dad in heartwarming social media post

Churchill show comedian Professor Hamo recently paid homage to his late dad, a soldier in a heartwarming social media post.

Through his Instagram page on Tuesday, December 21, the comedian shared a photo of his late dad wearing an army uniform, further disclosing that he succumbed to Parkinson’s disease.

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Hamo divulged tha this dad, James Wachira was shaking and found it hard to keep still.

He also recalled an instance while with his father when he switched off the TV after watching a police officer complaining about poor working conditions.

“There was a feature of a police station in Mboni forest, and the person manning the station was complaining about the poor state of things on the ground. Without missing a beat, my father very slowly asked me to give him the remote, which I did, and he just switched off the TV,” he wrote.

Hamo said his dad would tell him how security officers go through thick and thin to ensure safety of Kenyans.

“Did this cop think he was wearing a high school uniform? We sleep in the ditch so that you guys can continue complaining about potholes. I pray for God to give you a job that you would never complain about,” he added.

In a separate story on GOTTA.news, Hamo sparked mixed reactions after after apologising to his baby mama and fellow comedian Jemutai after being accused of neglecting their kids.

Through his social media pages, the comedian penned an apology letter where he admitted his mistake, adding that he is communicating with Jemutai to patch things up.

“Life has a way of forcefully instilling wisdom into someone. A lot happened, so much was said, both positive and negative in the same breath. If an apology is to be made then it should be soul searched, true, and from deep down,” he wrote.

Adding that,

“Apologies are made when someone realises and owns up to their mistakes. I had to go back to family and make good with them otherwise all this would have been a facade. We are patching up things, not there yet but headed there by His grace.”

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Hamo also thanked his wife, Zippy, for standing by his side, further revealing that his boss Daniel Ndambuki and celebrity pastor Robert Burale helped him and Jemutai solve their indifferences.

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