Nun Dragged To Court After Failing To Payback US$12k Debt
“In breach of her own acknowledgement of debt, Nyasha has not paid any instalment to date. By reason of the aforesaid breach, the whole debt became due and payable together with interest at the rate of 18 percent per annum. Further by reason of her breach, the defendant is liable to pay US$12616, 51 together with interest and costs on a legal practitioner-client scale,” reads the declaration by the nuns.
Following the attack, the boy suffered permanent disability.
Stanley Mwale, 42, of 10776 Mapako Phase 2 pleaded guilty when he appeared before Chinhoyi provincial magistrate Tapiwa Banda last Friday charged with releasing the two pit bull terrier dogs, which are banned canine breeds in the country.
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