Cuthbert Kumire (43) was dragged by Barclays to court for allegedly transferring money from a client’s account into his family’s in order to convert it to personal use.
He appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Milton Serima last week, charged with forgery and fraud. He was ordered to pay $100 as bail and was remanded to August 21. The court heard that on July 25, Kumire, who was on duty at Barclays Bank Msasa forged an inter-account funds transfer document in Yunus Ebrahim Omerjee’s name. He allegedly transferred $7 500 from Omerjee’s account into Brighton Moyo’s who is his cousin.
From July 26 to July 31, Kumire allegedly transferred the money from Moyo’s account into Agnes Kumire and Gift Chitiyo’s accounts. On August 1, Kumire allegedly forged another inter-account fund transfer document in Omerjee’s name. He allegedly transferred $12 500 from Omerjee’s account into Moyo’s account. From August 2 to 5, Kumire allegedly transferred more money from Moyo’s account into Agnes and Chitiyo’s accounts. The forgeries were later discovered, leading to Kumire’s arrest.
Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited was previously a subsidiary of Barclays Bank plc but is now owned by FMBcapital Holdings. The Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe bank’s head office is in Harare and it has 27 branches and 46 ATMs throughout the country. Read More About Barclays Bank
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