Akothee discloses how hateful teachers bullied daughters
Akothee says teachers would term her a lost mother without directions
Outspoken musician Esther Akoth, alias Akothee has opened up on challenges her kids faced while in school because of her fame.
In a post, then singer recalled an instance where her daughter, Fancy Makadia was accused of being a member of illuminati badly damaging her self-esteem.
"My daughter Fancy Makadia was accused of being Illuminati and the teacher asked students to stay away from her. Her performance dropped drastically and she would cry a lot when schools opened," Akothee recalled.
Akothee also disclosed that her other daughters had a notorious teacher who termed her a lost mother without direction.
"I had to change school for her, my other two daughters Rue Baby and Veshashaillan had a teacher who would always refer to me as some lost mother with no direction," she said.
"He would even ask my kids if I am normal! The second female teacher would just frown by seeing my kids."
The mother of five went ahead to hit out at the teacher, noting how she has effectively managed to see her kids through school without challenges.
"Well, I am that one parent who never missed my kids' parents day! My children finished school till the university no pregnancy, no misbehaviour, as her own child dropped out of school so who is a sober parent here," posed Akothee.
In April, Akothee bashed family members for linking her to illuminati.
Through her social media pages, the outspoken singer complained of rumours being spread by her family members that she drank the blood of her late sister-in-law.
The singer shared a long post where she stated that death is inevitable, and her haters are only trying to bring her down with the fake accusations.
“It’s with deep sorrows that we pretend to love and support each other, yet we are devils. The amount of hypocrisy is too much. I am sad that people I call family regard me as illuminati and that I’m drinking my own sister-in-law’s blood. Well, death is inevitable, and today it’s here, tomorrow it’s there,” she wrote.
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