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Singer Akothee opens up about her children’s bullying and Illuminati

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Singer and self proclaimed president of single mothers Akothee has opened up about the ridicule, bullying and namecalling her children went through in school.

In a long post on her Social Media pages, akothee has revealed how she had to tranfer her children from their various schools over the sentiments.

The Rollam hit maker has said that surprisingly the bullying and ridicule came from the very people who were supposed to protect them, that is teachers and parents whose children were learning with her children.

She says that her children were judged harshly by the parents and teachers simply because their mother was a celebrity and drove big cars to school.

“When my kids were still in primary school ,some teachers judged them based on their family background , some fellow students accused them of iluminati because their mother came to school with a big black car full of foodstuffs and what they heard their parents discuss at home or read on media,” read Akothee’s post in part.

According to Akothee, the most affected of her children was Fancy Makadia who had to be transferred from St albert’s Ulanda Girls in Migori County to another school.

“My last born @fancy_makadia is a quite girl who can’t handle pressure , she is fragile based on the fact that my marriage was dissolved when she was hardly ,5 this left a heavy impact on her , I visited several schools to find what her heart required ?, she would not say anything but her perfomance kept detaroriating… we then took her out of ULANDA GIRLS where fellow students and other teachers named her Iluminati and even told other students not to eat from her lunch box,” she revealed.

The outspoken singer has urged parents especially the single opnes to pay keen attention on their children’s school environment.

Below is her long post on Instagram;


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