First Capital Bank (FCB) has been given 7 days ultimatum to refund a farmer identified as Kitmass Ngoleka from Lumbazi Township money amounting to over MK2 million which was stolen at the bank early this year.

The ultimatum follows failure by the Bank management to settle the customer as promised in the past two weeks.

One of the social commentators Onjezani Kenani confirmed of the ultimatum in a statement posted on his official facebook page.

“Update on Mr. Ngoleka: Counsel Silvester Ayuba James, on 15 June, wrote First Capital Bank, giving it seven days not only to reimburse Mr. Ngoleka’s K2 million, but also to compensate him for emotional torture. The bank is yet to respond. We will keep you updated,” wrote Kenani.

Ngoleka is said to have made deposits – no withdrawal, only deposits – nine in total, and by 4 December 2020, his balance was K2,021,985.34.

The money was realized from maize sale.

Unfortunately the money vanished without his knowledge and when he enquired with the bank it was discovered that the money was siphoned using the following airtel numbers; +265 995 727 359, +265 995 798 051, +265 997 476 978,+265 995 276 446.

The bank distanced itself from the scandal and asked Ngoleka to take the matter to anywhere.

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