List Of Kenyans Whose HELB Clearance Certificates Have Been Revoked
The Higher Education Loans Board has revoked 57 clearance certificates of its beneficiaries.
In a published notice, HELB however did not provide reasons as to why the certificates were revoked.
“This is to notify the public that the underlisted HELB clearance certificates have been revoked with immediate effect. For more information, please contact HELB,” reads the notice.
Clearance certificates are issued to HELB beneficiaries who have completed paying their loans or those who did not receive HELB loans.
For beneficiaries who are still repaying their loans as well as non-beneficiaries who need HELB clearance, they are issued with a compliance certificate. see list below.
Employees are required to submit the document to their employers to stop them from making monthly deductions from their salaries, for HELB repayment.
Clearance certificates are obtained at the HELB offices upon completion of loan repayment free of charge.
However, non-beneficiaries are required to pay an application fee of Sh1,000.
For non-loanee compliance certificate of those who have never taken a loan is also issued free and is accessible online through the HELB portal.