Mafinga farmer shocks bank manager
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A man of Mafinga in the hill country, 170KM East of Isoka, shocked Chama NATSAVE bank when he saw the cashier passing part of his exact cash to another customer soon after his depositing at the counter.
Mr Sukwa, a Beans and maize Farmer of Muyombe went into the bank and opened an account to keep his K400000 beans and maize proceeds.
All went well until another client came in behind to make a K10 000 withdraw.In his full view the cashier picked from his deposited pile to pay the withdrawer, a thing that did not sit well with Mr Sukwa. Seeing his hard earned cash leaving the bank, he made conclusion and leaped to protect his money from what he saw as daylight robbery.His violently protest attracted scores, demanding restoration and ordered the closure off the newly opened account.
All effort to explain hit a wall. In frustration, the bank had to close the account and Musukwa reloaded cash into his bag.He went away congratulating himself for saving his money.
When I called him, he still could not come to grasp why the cashier decided to give his money to onother man if indeed it was there for safe keeping.
Seeming making no progress to bring him in line, I soon gave up the phone lecture on financial literature.
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