The director of an African aid charity, who fraudulently pocketed more than £30,000 of benefits, escaped jail when a judge ruled ‘taxpayers would not benefit’ from her being behind bars.They’d benefit a hell of a lot from seeing her put on the next plane departing Zimbabwe-bound, though.
… despite her seemingly respectable standing, the Zimbabwe-born fraudster pocketed £31,000 in housing and council tax benefits by claiming to live alone and not be in work.Can we reclaim the money, at least?
Investigations revealed that at one stage she had £14,000 of savings but the court heard the money has now been spent.Oh.
Amazingly Mafuta, who does not speak English, will not have to hand back a penny of her illegal gains because she is now penniless, the court was told.*grinds teeth*
Recorder Clark said Mafuta's previous good character and dealings with charity had worked in her favour.Can’t we at least make her work for the money, in some sort of ‘community payback’. Digging ditches, breaking rocks, picking litter?
I mean, I know the left would scream that that’s slavery, but hey, it seems to be quite popular in her ‘culture’, after all:
A scientist dubbed an 'African Cruella De Vil' was today found guilty of forcing a young woman to work as her house slave in one of the first cases of its kind.And this is no non-English-speaking, fresh from the bush immigrant, either…
Balira has a 15 year association with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and has been described as being 'at the pioneering front of very important research work'.I’m not so sure it’s that important that we need put up with her any more, is it?
She was remanded into custody and will be sentenced tomorrow.She’d better set up a charity, quick!