JubJub Drops a Bombshell on Amanda DuPont

Jub Jub, the controversial host of “Uyajola 9/9,” is strongly refuting rape and attempted murder allegations made against him by his ex-girlfriend, Amanda du-Pont. Jub Jub, whose real name is Molemo Maarohanye, questions the timing of these accusations and raises concerns about Amanda’s motivations.

According to a police source, Jub Jub asserts that Amanda had no grievances with him until after his 2021 podcast interview with MacG. In that interview, he openly discussed his prior relationship with Amanda, dating from 2007 to 2009.

Jub Jub’s response to these allegations revolves around the timing and context of Amanda’s claims. He suggests that her decision to come forward may be influenced by his podcast interview and her relationship with her estranged husband, Shawn Rodriquez.

This case underscores the importance of conducting a thorough and impartial investigation into allegations of sxual assault. Both Amanda du-Pont and Jub Jub deserve a fair review of the evidence and statements involved.

The World Bank Legal Internship Program for 2024 is inviting applications from highly motivated law students. This program offers law students the opportunity to gain firsthand experience with the World Bank’s mission and work, particularly within the Legal Vice Presidency. Here are the key details of the program:

Program Type: Student Internship

Program Location: Washington, D.C., and other selected country offices

Program Duration: 2 to 6 months

Available Slots: Several

Basic Qualifications: Law students from all nationalities are eligible to apply.

Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for the internship program, you must meet the following criteria:

  1. Hold citizenship of any IBRD member state.
  2. Be enrolled in an LLB, JD, LLM, SJD, PhD, or equivalent legal academic program during your internship period (e.g., for the Summer Cycle, you must be enrolled in an eligible legal academic program between June and August).
  3. Have an excellent command of the English language.

Application Periods: The internship program is offered three times a year, and each application period corresponds to a specific internship cycle:

  • Spring Internship Program: Application period from September 1 to September 30 (Internship typically between March and May).
  • Summer Internship Program: Application period from December 1 to December 31 (Internship typically between June and August).
  • Fall Internship Program: Application period from April 1 to April 30 (Internship typically between September and November).

Application Documents: Interested candidates should submit the following application documents:

  • Résumé
  • Statement of Interest
  • Proof of enrollment in a law degree program (LLB, JD, LLM, SJD, PhD, or equivalent) and academic transcript(s).
  • A short essay responding to a research question posed by the Legal Vice Presidency for the current application period.

Application Deadline: The application deadlines vary depending on the specific internship cycle you are interested in. Be sure to check the official website for the exact deadline for the cycle you wish to apply for.

To apply and access further details, you can visit the official website provided in the announcement.

Please note that internship opportunities with the World Bank are highly competitive, and candidates are encouraged to review the specific requirements and deadlines for each cycle carefully. Good luck to all aspiring legal interns!

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