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mikel

Village Sponsor
#1
@WuTang and others who follow SA news oneni huyu mjinga. He was only discovered because he posted on social media. Yaani unapata equivalent of Ksh140 million kwa acc na the first thing you do ni bash.

THE Walter Sisulu University accidentally transferred R14 million into a student's NSFAS account.

Nearly R400,000 has already been spent on a night party and luxury goods including a cell phone.

The news about the transfer came to light after the student who received the multimillion transfer's bank balance was posted on social media.

Walter Sisulu University confirmed that it has mistakenly deposited R14 million into a student's account - from the NSFAS.

The university said the deposit was made five months ago and it's investigating why the student did not say anything.

The recipient said she reported the matter to the authorities.

University spokesperson Yonela Tukwayo says that the deposit was made in error by a company which administers NSFAS funds to student debit cards.

"We are also looking at the NSFAS rules of which the student signed an agreement to adhere to the rules in terms of how that money should be used."

Tukwayo said the student will be liable to repay every cent of the money spent, even if it takes them 20 years to do so.
 
#3
@WuTang and others who follow SA news oneni huyu mjinga. He was only discovered because he posted on social media. Yaani unapata equivalent of Ksh140 million kwa acc na the first thing you do ni bash.

THE Walter Sisulu University accidentally transferred R14 million into a student's NSFAS account.

Nearly R400,000 has already been spent on a night party and luxury goods including a cell phone.

The news about the transfer came to light after the student who received the multimillion transfer's bank balance was posted on social media.

Walter Sisulu University confirmed that it has mistakenly deposited R14 million into a student's account - from the NSFAS.

The university said the deposit was made five months ago and it's investigating why the student did not say anything.

The recipient said she reported the matter to the authorities.

University spokesperson Yonela Tukwayo says that the deposit was made in error by a company which administers NSFAS funds to student debit cards.

"We are also looking at the NSFAS rules of which the student signed an agreement to adhere to the rules in terms of how that money should be used."

Tukwayo said the student will be liable to repay every cent of the money spent, even if it takes them 20 years to do so.
Thats a very good loan - hoping there will be no interest charged
 

Born Tao

Village Elder
#10
Naskia 2-3 years ago Chase bank made similar erroneous deposits into customers accounts.
Not that chase bank did that,there were rogue staff who collaborated with clients and they could give them a cut to withdraw the money on their behalf. Kuna mboyz Wa mine(exstaff) alidowsika hivo
 

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Born Tao

Village Elder
#12
Ata wewe ungetumia pesa ka hiyo ukiwa college ungefanya nini?
Kama helb wengine walikuwa wanapata wanahama hostels,na iyo yote Si wangesare shule
 

Who will win the 2022 elections? Ruto vs Raila.Cast your vote!


Who will win the 2022 elections? Ruto vs Raila. Cast your vote!

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