“I was always a child who was a bit different. I was neither conventional nor rule-abiding.”
“I grew up in a dysfunctional family where illegal activities were by no means foreign to my family members,” confessed Jacki Ng.
At the tender age of 13, Jacki joined a local gang and dabbled in all sorts of vices, although no serious crimes were involved. He was mainly tasked to act as a ‘jaga’ (a look-out) and committed only petty crimes.
He was even expelled from secondary school later on for fighting.