Next of kin takes N60M loan with late father’s info, plans to japa with siblings

A next of kin reportedly utilizes his late father’s banking details to take multiple loans that amounted to N60M with plans to finance his departure ‘japa‘ from Nigeria.

This revelation was made anonymously and shared by @yabaleftonline on the microblogging platform X, triggering widespread outrage among internet users.

The next of kin confessed, revealing that he applied for various government loans using his late father’s bank information and was granted a total of N60 million.

He expressed his intention to utilize the funds to facilitate his and his siblings’ escape from the country.

“My popcy died and I was the next of kin…I used his banking details and applied for multiple government loans. I have 60 mill for me and my siblings now, we will all japa with that money, I am leaving none of them behind.”

Reactions as next of kin takes loan for japa with late father’s details

holeyhabit said: “Japa to Sapa. “Better invest here and start a good life for you and your siblings.”

King_Shunal said: “Run and never think of paying that loan back. The government has helped you.”

DivineAlfred5 said: “How’s that possible to apply for loan without a property or something they can hold on to?”

God_is_great_99 said: “If you like make you sell hin corpse, nah una Sabi how hin take treat una when he dey alive.”

Chuc__kki said: “If the Nigerian government wants you back home sha, na one hand. Na the japa country go helpe dem arrest you carry go Nigerian embassy.”

Just_Oma_ said: “Sharp guyyyy.”

_Oluwanifemii said: “Omo!!! But won’t they find him? “But even at that he should find a plan B oo.”

opreciouse added: “God bless you but pay back because dem go catch you.”

gudlookinbadboy noted: “Is it the same things bank managers do with many deceased money that their relatives don’t have any claims to ? 60Mili too small self.”

Next of kin takes N60M loan with late father's info, plans to japa with siblings

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