Walking down memory lane! Those who had no idea that Jub Jub’s mother was also in the court of law and sentenced, then today you will know what she did.
“Mother following into her son’s footsteps”
That’s what most South Africans said after Jub Jub’s Mother was also arrested. One would wonder how is it possible that in a family two (2) people can be arrested, is it witchcraft as black people are capable of doing the Unthinkable to ruin a good family, or it’s because people think can do wrong and get away with it?
Jub Jub’s mother, Jacqueline Maarohanye, who is popularly known as Mama Jackie, is currently trending for her previous charges of kidnapping and assaulting her former Ithuteng Trust pupils.
IOL reported that she was convicted along with Generations: The Legacy actor, Ronnie Nyakale, who plays the role of Cosmo Diale on the SABC 1 soapie in February 2008.
One day I will write a thread about how Mama Jackie and the famous actor made us strip naked, roll on the ground and run because we were not singing loud enough for her. How she poured us with cold water using a hose pipe, all the sjambok beatings, the brutal punishments etc💔 https://t.co/scwJY7WW4X
Jub Jub’s mother, Mama Jackie, started trending after actress, Amanda Du Pont, revealed a few hours ago that she couldn’t report the rape case to the police at first because she was afraid of Mama Jackie.
“I’m afraid of the power your mother had.”
Du Pont’s statement led to tweeps digging on Mama Jackie’s past to find out who she is and why Du Pont was afraid of her.
The Los Angeles Times reported in December 2008 that Mama Jackie ran a school (The Ithuteng Trust) that ‘rescued’ orphans of political violence, and sexual abuse and gave them hope and education.
Carte Blanche exposed Jackey Maarohanye’s school by revealing that the students were not orphans and that Mrs Maarohanye scripted and rehearsed the student’s horror stories about how they had watched their parents die.
The learners told the United States publication that they were instructed to recount their fake stories at the United Nations and for former President Clinton in 2001, on U.S (United States) television and radio.