YouTuber Milly Kabi who also doubles up as the wife to popular content creator Kabi Wa Jesus was today plunged into perturbation after erroneously sending Ksh.32,000 to an unknown mobile user. The user identified as Stephen Wang'ombe apparently declined to refund the amount after being contacted by both Milly and the Safaricom Company. As revealed by the content creator, Safaricom were not in position of reversing the amount and it would only take the recipient to get the amount back.
Consequently, Milly and Kabi headed to the Kiambu Police Station where they wished to find assistance following the disturbing turn of events. According to Milly, she had even contacted the Directorate Of Criminal Investigations who also vowed to follow up on the case.
"I've called DCI Kenya and they have been very helpful. I have been advised on what to do so that we can atleast track the location." Milly narrated.
As Milly revealed on her Instagram posts, the recipient has upto now switched the phone and even decried having problems that she needs to sort with the amount. The Wajesus family now hopes to recover the amount as soon as possible. In regard to this story, have you ever experienced a similar scenario and how did it end? Share your reactions on the comment section.
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