Ex-diplomat commits 250 years toward debt-clearance

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A former diplomat who owes government of Botswana around P600,000 has committed to service the debt by paying P200 every month.

This means it will take the latter 250 years (10 generations) to settle the debt. The ex-diplomat (name undisclosed) is currently unemployed.

He was stationed in New York at the time and accumulated the debt through a telephone bill, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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