Popular comedian professor Hamo has for the first time spoken since he was fired from his radio job at Hot 96 FM.
Taking to his social media pages, the energetic man shared a word of encouragement to Kenyans urging them to stay strong and keep fighting irregardless of their problems.
According to the funnyman it is only when one passes through hardship that gets to understand the meaning of being at top.
“Greatness comes not when things always go good for you. But it comes when you are really tested, when you take some knocks, some disappointments and when sadness comes.
Because only if you have been in the deepest valley can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain.”
His advise created a hot conversation in which people agreed with him while others criticised him.
Here are some of the comments;
Abraham Mutai: “Boss stop being a motivational speaker. We know you sired and left. Dust yourself and move on. We are not interested in your bedroom issues. We are all going through some hard times. So do not remind us.”
Thewordisthe Thebook: “It shall be well Hamo. Reevaluate where you might have gone wrong and pick up without looking back. More importantly, do not depend on your own understanding but seek God the Father for understanding and direction.”
Amos Murray: “A man is defined by his responsibilities.”
Kirwa Kip Eliud: “Oreo, you have been humbled. At this rate you are headed to writing motivational posts, never joke with the daughters of Jezebel.”
John Te: “Well said but unfortunately yours is a consequence of your choices. Bro stop looking for quotes to console yourself and instead do what you should have done and all will be okay. Falling is not the big deal, how you rise up is.”
Jennifer Njeri: “I find it funny that you are encouraging yourself after ignoring all the chances you had to make things right.”
This comes days after Prof Hamo got fired from Royal Media Services (RMS)-owned radio station Hot 96.
Sources privy to the matter said the comedian was fired about a week ago, with other sources saying that he resigned days before the deadbeat father scandal.
Also, reports indicated that Hamo had crossed paths with some of his seniors at RMS who accused him of indiscipline.
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