CABS Takes Oppah Muchinguri To Court Over Soldier’s $226k Debt

One of the largest banks in Zimbabwe, CABS, has approached the High Court to get an order compelling Defence Minister Oppah Muchinguri and the director of salary services bureau to garnish the salary of a soldier.

The soldier in question an Air Force officer, Arnold Pullen, who according to the court papers took an unauthorised overdraft which, together with interest amounts to $226,000. CABS has so managed to get an order against Pullen and is now seeking to compel his superiors to deduct the amount from his salary, $1,000 a month until the debt is paid.

New Zimbabwe quotes from CABS’ filing:

On the 2nd of April 2019, the applicant obtained an order against the 3rd respondent in the sum of US$262 208 together with interest thereon at the rate of 20% per annum and costs of suit on a legal practitioner and client scale.

“The judgement debt arises from unauthorised overdrafts utilised by the 3rd respondent which debt remains outstanding and unsatisfied.”

More: New Zimbabwe

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