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South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Mykel4God(m): 10:09am On Sep 01, 2017
A student who received a staggering £850,000 (N392million) instead of her usual £85 monthly university food grant is in hot water after going on a massive 73 day spending spree with her pals.

According to Sun UK, the Accountancy student identified as Sibongile Mani, 27, who was on benefits to allow her to study was said to have undergone a Cinderella like transformation overnight after the cash blunder.

It was gathered that student leader Sibongile usually receives £85 each month in her bank account in food and book allowances at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa before the sad error saw her account blow to a staggering N392 million.

But people started raising eyebrows when her neat corn-row hairstyle was replaced with £180-a-time Peruvian weaves and she began wearing designer outfits and bought a brand new i-phone 7.

She began flashing the cash kitting out her closest friends with new outfits and drinking £50-a-time bottles of whisky and jetting herself and her pals round the country to wild parties.

Suspicions grew when a till receipt from a local SPAR shop was leaked showing that she had £810,000 in her account and her wild spending became more lavish and talked about.

She was finally outed by Samkelo Mqhayi, deputy branch secretary of the South African Students Congress (SASCO), who reported her to the National Students’ Financial Aids Scheme.

He told Herald Live: “She threw surprise birthday parties for her friends and showered them with expensive gifts and flew them to events where she bought the best seats.
“When the SPAR receipt was leaked showing a balance of R13.6-million (£810,000) in her account I called NSFAS and they checked their records and confirmed that the initial amount was R14-million (£850,000)".

By the time they reigned her in after her two-and-a-half-month spending spree they discovered she had been blowing £666 a day which is a staggering amount in South Africa.

The total missing from the account is £50,000. A fellow student said: “She went from a hard up, humdrum run-of-the-mill student to one who was leading a lavish lifestyle and seemed to have no bottom to her purse and lived the high life.
“She became very glamorous in beautiful dresses with all the accessories and we thought she must have won the Lottery. She must have thought she had won it too when she got that cash!”.



In a Facebook post Miss Mani claimed she had reported the error to the authorities.

She said: ”Today my personal life has become a social media scandal. I have been named and shamed in public. Today, I am a bad person, a person who stole the money of students.
“With that being said, and being named a thief, but as we all know in every story there is truth and there are lies with the very same story”.

She said she was not denying anything but would tell her side later but she has fled the campus and gone into hiding and shut down her Facebook page.

Miss Mani told the Daily Daily Dispatch: ”It is very clear that I didn’t make the error”.

Walter Sisulu University spokeswoman Yonela Tukwayo said the £850,000 payment did not affect other students saying: "All students who were due to receive NSFAS payments got them.


“She will have to repay the money”.

Intellimali chief executive Michael Ansell said: ” Legal action will be taken against the student. A forensic investigator had been appointed”.

The university has 30,500 students of whom 18,000 are funded by the NSFAS who are meant to spend their monthly grants on food and books.

Legal experts have said Miss Mani could face a charge of theft.

http://www.tori.ng/news/72368/university-student-accidentally-finds-n392m-in-her.html

Cc: Lalasticlala

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by charleff512(m): 10:49am On Sep 01, 2017
This Girl Is Not Wise.She Slayed With Other Student's Scholarship Money.But Come To Think Of It,I Blame The School Authorities For The Error.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by candidbabe(f): 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
Whatever a man sow. He shall reap.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Demioso: 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
Dumb arse

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by kaycyor: 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
Spiritual wind blew the massive amounts of money into her account, so why she no go flex!!! Even if na you, won't you do likewise!!!! grin

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by benzene00: 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
she slayed it




if u take this type of girl on a date O.Y.O is ur name

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by xtybliss(f): 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
She for no spend the money immediately na, she for allow am cool down small grin

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Mopolchi: 2:55pm On Sep 01, 2017
Okay. Make I forward my akant make she squander the remaining inside.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by dukeprince50(m): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
nice move, not all these dumb ppl DAT will return the money. but 300+ million, this girl is a fool, I would have invest that cash.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by obaival(m): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
OFEKE
Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Greatmind23: 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
foolish girl fix this up with some companies get 3milion naira every month all civil servant salary dream..

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by motun2017(f): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
What was she thinking? ? damn .she definitely wasnt home the day God was sharing brain. damn!

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Olalan(m): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
Really wasteful of her. How will she repay the money?

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by momentusjay(f): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
Seriously wealth cannot hide herself.
It must show

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by MustiizRaja(m): 2:56pm On Sep 01, 2017
Mykel4God:
A student who received a staggering £850,000 (N392million) instead of her usual £85 monthly university food grant is in hot water after going on a massive 73 day spending spree with her pals.

According to Sun UK, the Accountancy student identified as Sibongile Mani, 27, who was on benefits to allow her to study was said to have undergone a Cinderella like transformation overnight after the cash blunder.

It was gathered that student leader Sibongile usually receives £85 each month in her bank account in food and book allowances at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa before the sad error saw her account blow to a staggering N392 million.

But people started raising eyebrows when her neat corn-row hairstyle was replaced with £180-a-time Peruvian weaves and she began wearing designer outfits and bought a brand new i-phone 7.

She began flashing the cash kitting out her closest friends with new outfits and drinking £50-a-time bottles of whisky and jetting herself and her pals round the country to wild parties.

Suspicions grew when a till receipt from a local SPAR shop was leaked showing that she had £810,000 in her account and her wild spending became more lavish and talked about.

She was finally outed by Samkelo Mqhayi, deputy branch secretary of the South African Students Congress (SASCO), who reported her to the National Students’ Financial Aids Scheme.

He told Herald Live: “She threw surprise birthday parties for her friends and showered them with expensive gifts and flew them to events where she bought the best seats.
“When the SPAR receipt was leaked showing a balance of R13.6-million (£810,000) in her account I called NSFAS and they checked their records and confirmed that the initial amount was R14-million (£850,000)".

By the time they reigned her in after her two-and-a-half-month spending spree they discovered she had been blowing £666 a day which is a staggering amount in South Africa.

The total missing from the account is £50,000. A fellow student said: “She went from a hard up, humdrum run-of-the-mill student to one who was leading a lavish lifestyle and seemed to have no bottom to her purse and lived the high life.
“She became very glamorous in beautiful dresses with all the accessories and we thought she must have won the Lottery. She must have thought she had won it too when she got that cash!”.



In a Facebook post Miss Mani claimed she had reported the error to the authorities.

She said: ”Today my personal life has become a social media scandal. I have been named and shamed in public. Today, I am a bad person, a person who stole the money of students.
“With that being said, and being named a thief, but as we all know in every story there is truth and there are lies with the very same story”.

She said she was not denying anything but would tell her side later but she has fled the campus and gone into hiding and shut down her Facebook page.

Miss Mani told the Daily Daily Dispatch: ”It is very clear that I didn’t make the error”.

Walter Sisulu University spokeswoman Yonela Tukwayo said the £850,000 payment did not affect other students saying: "All students who were due to receive NSFAS payments got them.


“She will have to repay the money”.

Intellimali chief executive Michael Ansell said: ” Legal action will be taken against the student. A forensic investigator had been appointed”.

The university has 30,500 students of whom 18,000 are funded by the NSFAS who are meant to spend their monthly grants on food and books.

Legal experts have said Miss Mani could face a charge of theft.

http://www.tori.ng/news/72368/university-student-accidentally-finds-n392m-in-her.html

Cc: Lalasticlala


lols this what I call slowpoke of a toothless SHE GOAT

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Nobody: 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
Came to check race. Cannot be white or indian.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by tjskii(f): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
Silly child,see the stupid things she squandered money on,she no fit go hide substantial amount for her compound in d village,take the heat,and when things blow over ,go and invest d money prudently

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by MustiizRaja(m): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
Mykel4God:
A student who received a staggering £850,000 (N392million) instead of her usual £85 monthly university food grant is in hot water after going on a massive 73 day spending spree with her pals.

According to Sun UK, the Accountancy student identified as Sibongile Mani, 27, who was on benefits to allow her to study was said to have undergone a Cinderella like transformation overnight after the cash blunder.

It was gathered that student leader Sibongile usually receives £85 each month in her bank account in food and book allowances at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa before the sad error saw her account blow to a staggering N392 million.

But people started raising eyebrows when her neat corn-row hairstyle was replaced with £180-a-time Peruvian weaves and she began wearing designer outfits and bought a brand new i-phone 7.

She began flashing the cash kitting out her closest friends with new outfits and drinking £50-a-time bottles of whisky and jetting herself and her pals round the country to wild parties.

Suspicions grew when a till receipt from a local SPAR shop was leaked showing that she had £810,000 in her account and her wild spending became more lavish and talked about.

She was finally outed by Samkelo Mqhayi, deputy branch secretary of the South African Students Congress (SASCO), who reported her to the National Students’ Financial Aids Scheme.

He told Herald Live: “She threw surprise birthday parties for her friends and showered them with expensive gifts and flew them to events where she bought the best seats.
“When the SPAR receipt was leaked showing a balance of R13.6-million (£810,000) in her account I called NSFAS and they checked their records and confirmed that the initial amount was R14-million (£850,000)".

By the time they reigned her in after her two-and-a-half-month spending spree they discovered she had been blowing £666 a day which is a staggering amount in South Africa.

The total missing from the account is £50,000. A fellow student said: “She went from a hard up, humdrum run-of-the-mill student to one who was leading a lavish lifestyle and seemed to have no bottom to her purse and lived the high life.
“She became very glamorous in beautiful dresses with all the accessories and we thought she must have won the Lottery. She must have thought she had won it too when she got that cash!”.



In a Facebook post Miss Mani claimed she had reported the error to the authorities.

She said: ”Today my personal life has become a social media scandal. I have been named and shamed in public. Today, I am a bad person, a person who stole the money of students.
“With that being said, and being named a thief, but as we all know in every story there is truth and there are lies with the very same story”.

She said she was not denying anything but would tell her side later but she has fled the campus and gone into hiding and shut down her Facebook page.

Miss Mani told the Daily Daily Dispatch: ”It is very clear that I didn’t make the error”.

Walter Sisulu University spokeswoman Yonela Tukwayo said the £850,000 payment did not affect other students saying: "All students who were due to receive NSFAS payments got them.


“She will have to repay the money”.

Intellimali chief executive Michael Ansell said: ” Legal action will be taken against the student. A forensic investigator had been appointed”.

The university has 30,500 students of whom 18,000 are funded by the NSFAS who are meant to spend their monthly grants on food and books.

Legal experts have said Miss Mani could face a charge of theft.

http://www.tori.ng/news/72368/university-student-accidentally-finds-n392m-in-her.html

Cc: Lalasticlala


lols this what I call slowpoke of a toothless SHEgoat

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by JOYOSITA(f): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
The girl get mind ooo
Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by emeijeh(m): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
She is a bad money spender


A very bad investor


Oya chop

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Freelancer007(m): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
She really get mind o... No be only that, she be thief

In other news, learn how to grow breasts in days.

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Dubby6(m): 2:57pm On Sep 01, 2017
angry angry angry

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Nobody: 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
grin grin grin grin
Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by AngelicBeing: 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
angry
Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by NLProblemChild(m): 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
I was there!
Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by dustydee: 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
Mykel4God:
A student who received a staggering £850,000 (N392million) instead of her usual £85 monthly university food grant is in hot water after going on a massive 73 day spending spree with her pals.

According to Sun UK, the Accountancy student identified as Sibongile Mani, 27, who was on benefits to allow her to study was said to have undergone a Cinderella like transformation overnight after the cash blunder.

It was gathered that student leader Sibongile usually receives £85 each month in her bank account in food and book allowances at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa before the sad error saw her account blow to a staggering N392 million.

But people started raising eyebrows when her neat corn-row hairstyle was replaced with £180-a-time Peruvian weaves and she began wearing designer outfits and bought a brand new i-phone 7.

She began flashing the cash kitting out her closest friends with new outfits and drinking £50-a-time bottles of whisky and jetting herself and her pals round the country to wild parties.

Suspicions grew when a till receipt from a local SPAR shop was leaked showing that she had £810,000 in her account and her wild spending became more lavish and talked about.

She was finally outed by Samkelo Mqhayi, deputy branch secretary of the South African Students Congress (SASCO), who reported her to the National Students’ Financial Aids Scheme.

He told Herald Live: “She threw surprise birthday parties for her friends and showered them with expensive gifts and flew them to events where she bought the best seats.
“When the SPAR receipt was leaked showing a balance of R13.6-million (£810,000) in her account I called NSFAS and they checked their records and confirmed that the initial amount was R14-million (£850,000)".

By the time they reigned her in after her two-and-a-half-month spending spree they discovered she had been blowing £666 a day which is a staggering amount in South Africa.

The total missing from the account is £50,000. A fellow student said: “She went from a hard up, humdrum run-of-the-mill student to one who was leading a lavish lifestyle and seemed to have no bottom to her purse and lived the high life.
“She became very glamorous in beautiful dresses with all the accessories and we thought she must have won the Lottery. She must have thought she had won it too when she got that cash!”.



In a Facebook post Miss Mani claimed she had reported the error to the authorities.

She said: ”Today my personal life has become a social media scandal. I have been named and shamed in public. Today, I am a bad person, a person who stole the money of students.
“With that being said, and being named a thief, but as we all know in every story there is truth and there are lies with the very same story”.

She said she was not denying anything but would tell her side later but she has fled the campus and gone into hiding and shut down her Facebook page.

Miss Mani told the Daily Daily Dispatch: ”It is very clear that I didn’t make the error”.

Walter Sisulu University spokeswoman Yonela Tukwayo said the £850,000 payment did not affect other students saying: "All students who were due to receive NSFAS payments got them.


“She will have to repay the money”.

Intellimali chief executive Michael Ansell said: ” Legal action will be taken against the student. A forensic investigator had been appointed”.

The university has 30,500 students of whom 18,000 are funded by the NSFAS who are meant to spend their monthly grants on food and books.

Legal experts have said Miss Mani could face a charge of theft.

http://www.tori.ng/news/72368/university-student-accidentally-finds-n392m-in-her.html

Cc: Lalasticlala
Blogger why? how about acknowledging the source you stole the story from?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4369388/south-african-student-spending-spree-wrong-university-grant-sibongile-mani/

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by oneda(m): 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
Na wa
This is why God will not bless some people.
Imagine that all that this carton could think of was parties and fake hair.
Like seriously some people should have been aborted.
Most painful is that majority of Nigerian youths especially girls would have done worse.

What a generation to be born in!

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by Nifeola: 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
Speechless

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by northvietnam(m): 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
well she's not a Nigerian


cuz if nah naija , she go first send cars come naija then buy lands and now tell her parents that she won a lottery

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by yaqq: 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
she's not at fault! she should sue them

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by jonnytad(m): 2:58pm On Sep 01, 2017
You better hold her very well. ........ i fear all this I gasto girls o

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Re: South African Student That Squandered N392m Accidentally Found In Her Account by ajalawole(m): 2:59pm On Sep 01, 2017
She is even am accounting student sad . I pity the bank that will employ her cheesy cheesy

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