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HELB TO SHAME DEFAULTERS SINCE 1975 ON NEWSPAPERS

THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT THIS PREDICAMENT

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HELB loan defaulters now have a 30- days grace period to clear their outstanding loan balances.

The Higher Education Loans Board is now breathing fire since it has threatened to publish names and photographs of all defaulters since the year 1975.

HELB NOTICE: PUBLISHING OF NAMES AND PICTURES OF LOAN DEFAULTERS

The Higher Education Loans Board, HELB wishes to notify the general public and all loan defaulters that the HELB student loan is a government debt that should be repaid according to the terms and conditions on which it was advanced.

Unfortunately, some HELB beneficiaries have failed to honour their part of the bargain despite previous official communication addressed to them.

These defaulters are thus denying other needy Kenyan students a chance of accessing higher education.

Kindly note that the names and pictures of all HELB loan defaulters since 1975 hall be published in all mainstream media- newspapers after 30days from the date of this notice.

FOR HELB LATEST NEWS CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: portal.helb.co.ke/

WHAT TO DO

All HELB beneficiaries who are currently not servicing their loans are advised to:

1. Contact HELB through dru@helb.co.ke for details on their loan accounts and other inquiries.

2. Confirm their loan status through the loanee portal on the website,  helb.co.ke/contact-us/, USSD CODE #642# or HELB App through Google play store.

3. View loan repayment options available online through http://helb.co.ke/

FOR A COMPLETE GUIDE ON HOW TO REPAY YOUR HELB LOAN CLICK ON THIS LINK: helb-news-how-to-repay-helb-loans/

 

 

 

 

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