‘I felt like my mother didn’t love me,’ Churchill Comedienne Adhis Jojo admits

Adhis Jojo
Adhis Jojo

Churchill Comedienne Adhis Jojo has revealed that she at some point felt like her mother loved her siblings more than she loved her.

Jojo’s mother who was a teacher was tasked with the sole responsibility of raising 5 children after she and her husband parted ways.

It was not easy on her.

Speaking during an interview with Massawe Japanni on Radio Jambo, Jojo says, “Growing up I loved school but my mum would tell me ‘Let me pay for your sibling this time around while you stay at home’.

At some point I was transferred from an expensive high school to a cheaper one and I could not understand why. I was young and I could not understand a parent’s sacrifices.

She adds,

I used to blame my mother adding that she loved my siblings more than she did me.Things happen for a reason and if I was not transferred schools maybe I would not be where I am today.

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Ob being asked whether her dad has ever contacted her Jojo says

 I know he will call me one day and I look forward to the day I will meet him.My question to him would be why he left.

I have never asked my mum why my dad left because I was scared it would trigger something in my mum.

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Jojo adds that like every little girl she was a daddies girl before the family broke up

I miss having a father figure in my life. I am now a big girl but I know that my siblings miss having my dad around. He left when I was in class three. I was very close to my dad but when my mum got a transfer from home we never returned. My mum is a teacher.

In conclusion, Jojo adds

I do not even want him to apologize. I would accept him even if he was to come back now.

I do not hold anything against him because I don’t know what happened between them.

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