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Zimbabwean lands in prison after bank mistakenly transfers N19.4 to his account

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Zimbabwean lands in prison after bank mistakenly transfers N19.4 to his account

Kutadza, a final year student nurse at Gweru hospital is languishing in remand prison after squandering $54 000 “miraculously” deposited into his CABS Bank account last year.
Twenty Four year old Kelvin Kutadza of Mkoba 19 in Gweru was on Friday remanded in custody to Monday for sentencing after pleading guilty to 54 counts of fraud summing up to $54,052.34 .

According to the court, sometime in July 2017, CABS Bank erroneously deposited the money into Kutadza’s bank account following a system failure, money which Kutadza went on to squander by making various transfers into his mobile phone account and into his MBCA Bank Account.

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Kutadza went on to buy a house in Mkoba 19 for $32 000 and two cars worth $10,500 using part of the money. $2,300 was recovered when the bank realized the mistake last week leading to his arrest.
In his defense, Kutadza confessed to being a highly devoted Christian and believed that the money was miracle money which he had been promised in church.

“When I saw the money in my account, I honestly believed that my prayers for miracle money had been answered that is why I used the money,” – Kutadza told the court.

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He pleaded with the court to forgive him and allow him to finish his training as a nurse where he is due to graduate on the 5th of May. He pleaded that he was going to dispose the house and cars to pay back the money to the bank.

The bank is also reportedly investigating two other people who benefited from the error and swindled the financial institution of over $200,000. The bank has since dismissed thirteen of its information technology staff members over the system technical failures.

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100 level Female NDU Student Shot dead by Gunmen for refusing to hand over her new iPhone

Its not like she was not going to give it up, just that she hesitated, then there came a bun shot which took her life. That was when the gunmen over her dead body, made away with the iPhone.

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100 level Female NDU Student Shot dead by Gunmen for refusing to hand over her new iPhone

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Seiyefa, a 100 level female student of NDU (Niger Delta University) was shot dead by gunmen for refusing to give up her new iPhone. She was shot by gunmen who were alleged to be cultist.

The gunmen attacked her requesting that she surrenders her new iPhone.

Its not like she was not going to give it up, just that she hesitated, then there came a gun shot which took her life. That was when the gunmen over her dead body, made away with the iPhone.

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One of the gunmen, 20-year-old Junior Danumunabo from Nembe Ogbolomabiri was apprehended after much investigation by vigilante group. He confessed to the crime, but the iPhone is not yet recovered.

Seiyefa was attacked on Thursday evening on November 8, 2018, at Amarata in Yenegoa, Bayelsa state. Friends claim that if not for  ASUU strike, Seiyefa would have been in school, hale and hearty.

100 level Female NDU Student Shot dead by Gunmen for refusing to hand over her new iPhone

Apprehended Suspect – Junior Danumunabo

Meanwhile 22-year-old Zubairu, in 100 level purchased a new iPhone X Man, Benz and iWatch for his 16-year-old girlfriend who was in SS3. He lavished on her those expensive items on her birthday.

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22-year-old 100 level student buys a Benz, an iPhone X Max and iWatch for his 16-year-old girlfriend (Video)

In total the 22 years old student spent $31,500 on his 16 years old girlfriend. That’s is approximately 11.5 million naira.

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22 years old student buys a Mercedes Benz, an iPhone X Max and an iWatch for his girlfriend. Shockingly, the student is in 100 level and his girlfriend is 16 years of age.

The 100 level student simply identified as Zubairu spent so much for his girlfriend who is in SS3 because it was her birthday. This is one type of gift you don’t call a “mere gift”.

Normally, everyone will question the source of the money, but that’s normal. When we find out, we will inform you. But let’s break down the cost of the expenditure.

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For clarity sake, an iPhone X Max costs at least $999 approximately $1000. To buy a Mercedes Benz, you need to dish out not less than $30,000. Then for an iWatch you’ll spend at least $500.

In total the 22 years old student spent $31,500 on his 16 years old girlfriend. That’s is approximately 11.5 million naira.

22-year-old 100 level student buys a Benz, an iPhone X Max and iWatch for his 16-year-old girlfriend (Video)

22-year-old 100 level student buys a Benz, an iPhone X Max and iWatch for his 16-year-old girlfriend – Reaction

In reaction to the lavish, influential spending by a 22 years old in 100 level on a 16 years old SS3 student, a Twitter user posted.

Nigerians were quick to conclude Zubairu as fraudster (Yahoo boy) on social media and it’s understandable. The state of Nigeria’s economywill make an average Nigerian question the source of money spent in this manner.

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NECO Postponed Nov/Dec 2018 Exams – See New Timetable and Date

Mr Abubakar Gana further advised that the Candidates should visit and download the new examination time table on the NECO website

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The National Examinations Council (NECO), an examination body in Nigeria has announced that its November/December 2018 Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) which was previously scheduled to commence on the 15th of November has been re-scheduled to November 19th.The update was contained in a statement signed by the Acting Registrar, Mr Abubakar Gana and was made available to the press in Abuja.

The examination will run from 19th November – 19 December, 2018.

Mr Abubakar Gana further advised that the Candidates should visit and download the new examination time table on the NECO website

“Please note that this information supersedes the earlier media publication on the commencement date for the examination date,’NECO expressed regrets over any inconveniences the change might have caused candidates.” – Mr Gana

Updated NECO Exams Timetable for November/December 2018 Examination

Subject Date Time
Biology Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Monday 19th Nov. 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Physics Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Wednesday 21st Nov. 2.00 pm - 4.45 pm
Government Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Thursday 22nd Nov. 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
Chemistry Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Friday 23rd Nov. 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
English Language Paper II (Essay) Saturday 24th Nov. 1.00 pm - 2.45 pm
English Language Paper III (Objective) Saturday 24th Nov. 2.45 pm - 3.45 pm
English Language Paper IV (Test of Orals) Saturday 24th Nov. 4.00 pm - 4.45 pm
Civic Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 26th Nov. 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
Physics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 27th Nov. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
History Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 27th Nov. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Commerce Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 28th Nov 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
Chemistry Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 28th Nov 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Economics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Thursday 29th Nov. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Geography Paper II (Essay) Friday 30th Nov. 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
General Mathematics Paper III (Objective) Saturday 1st Dec. 10.00 am - 11.45 am
General Mathematics Paper II (Essay) Saturday 1st Dec. 12.00noon - 2.30 pm
Christian Religious Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 3rd Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Islamic Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 3rd Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Biology Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 4th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Agricultural Science Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 5th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Literature in English Paper III (Objective) Thursday 6th Dec. 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
Literature in English Paper IV (Prose) Thursday 6th Dec. 3.00 pm - 4.15 pm
Literature in English Paper II (Drama & Poetry) Friday 7th Dec. 3.30 pm - 5.10 pm
Financial Accounting Paper III (Objective) Saturday 8th Dec. 10.00 am - 11.20 am
Financial Accounting Paper II (Theory & Practice) Saturday 8th Dec. 11.20 am - 1.50 pm
Health Education Paper I (Test of Practical) Saturday 8th Dec. 3.00 pm - 4.30pm
Hausa Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 10th Dec. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Igbo Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 10th Dec. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Yoruba Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 10th Dec. 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Geography Paper III & I (Objective & Practical) Tuesday 11th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Stenography Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 11th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Physical Education Paper I (Theory of Practice) Tuesday 11th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
French Paper I (Written Comprehension) Wednesday 12th Dec. 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
French Paper II (Written Expression) Wednesday 12th Dec. 3.00 pm - 4.45 pm
Arabic Paper III (Objective) Thursday 13th Dec. 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm
Arabic Paper II (Essay & Literature) Thursday 13th Dec. 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Physical Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Friday 14th Dec. 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Further Mathematics Paper III (Objective) Saturday 15th Dec. 10.00 am - 12.00 noon
Further Mathematics Paper II (Essay) Saturday 15th Dec. 12.10 pm - 2.40 pm
Stenography Paper IV Practical (Word Processing) Saturday 15th Dec. 10.00 am - 12.00 noon
Stenography Paper I Practical Saturday 15th Dec. 12.00 noon - 1.17 pm
Health Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Saturday 15th Dec. 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
French Paper IV (Aural Comprehension & Oral Expression) Monday 17th Dec.
Arabic Paper IV (Oral) Monday 17th Dec.
Agricultural Science Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Tuesday 18th Dec. 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm
Store keeping Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 19th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
Marketing Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 19th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
Salesmanship Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 19th Dec. 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
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NOTE:
i.   Venues for Oral French and Arabic will be announced.
ii.  Candidates should confirm the specific venues for Shorthand from NECO Zonal/State Offices where they are sitting for the examinations.
iii.  The Nigerian Languages i.e Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba include the Literature Aspect.
iv.  Possession of GSM in Examination Hall is PROHIBITED
v.   BLIND CANDIDATES WHO REGISTERED ARE TO SIT FOR THE EXAMINATION IN THEIR RESPECTIVE NECO ZONAL/STATE OFFICES ONLY

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