Monday, May 29, 2023 –I have a very strict brother who works in Nairobi and whenever he wants to send support money to my ailing mother, he likes using my mobile M-Pesa because I am always at home with her.
The name of my brother withheld for today, he works with a security firm in a senior management position.
It was last week when my mother got sick and she had to be rushed to hospital in Eldoret at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital.
Our mother is Diabetic and her medication is very expensive; so when this happened, I was alone at home in Webuye. I had to hire a taxi to help carry her to the hospital. I badly needed money and this was to be send by my brother.
I called him, told him the situation at home and after he had confirmed as true, he told me to give him only 20 minutes to send the cash. I had to wait because normally he keeps his word. After all, this is our mother.
Unfortunately, by the 30th minute, I had not seen the money. My M-Pesa account was yet to ring. I called him to know why, for the first time, he had delayed.
“I sent you money long ago. What happened,” he reacted.
“No, I have not received. My M-Pesa balance is also negative,” I told him and reminded him to confirm whether he had sent to a wrong person.
Shortly, he called back telling me he had sent sh 35,000 to Maurice Muhenga – a completely strange person.
By that time, he was sweating and shaking. Safaricom told him the money had been used by whoever received.
He thought of reporting the matter to the police since the person(Maurice) who had received the money had already switched off his mobile phone.
I quickly told my brother that the Kenyan police are accomplices. They will ask for bribes before purporting to help. And even if they recovered the money, they will demand half of it.
So, he asked me what other alternative do I have, I reminded him of this website https://doctorngoso.com belonging to a powerful African medicine man. The doctor has helped so many people recover their stolen items and money. And my brother liked the idea.
He, therefore, called Dr Ngoso whose number +254 718 756 944 and Email Email: firstname.lastname@example.org were in the website and asked him to help recover the money.
Dr. Ngoso just asked for the name and number of the rogue individual who had received the money and went silent. He quickly cooperated.
The Native Doctor then sent bees to hunt down the thief and, just within three hours, the man who had wrongly received the money sent it back to my brother. He was crying like something was attacking him.
My brother then called me laughing and asked me to prepare take my mother to the hospital in Eldoret Town and for sure, she is doing well. We may discharge her this weekend.