Faith Nketsi husband, Nzuzo Njilo, has been topping trends of late after their alleged fallout. Let’s dive into his net worth and businesses that have seen him making all sorts of headlines.
Barely a year after their million-rand wedding Faith Nketsi has reportedly called it quits with Nzuzo Njilo. The two made all sorts of headlines in April 2022 when it was reported that they tied the knot in a secret wedding.
After the rumours, viral images of their wedding flooded social media. A few months later, the two hogged headlines when they revealed that they were expecting. In the mix of things, the two were blessed with their bundle of joy a few months later.
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In the wake of their wedding, reports had it that there was trouble in paradise.
According to Savanna News, Njilo was embroiled in financial woes, which saw Nketsi selling her mansion to foot some of the money demanded by the taxpayer.
In the wake of these incidents, Briefly reports that Faith Nketsi has finally left his husband, Nzuzo Njilo and is now staying in a hotel in Sandton.
Faith Nketsi’s husband, Nzuzo Njilo, has been embroiled in several fraud charges. In June 2022, it was reported that he was nabbed after defrauding his partners of a whopping R800 000.
However, this came in the backdrop of his Lund Industries fraud deal.
An arrest warrant was issued after he reportedly swindled Lund Industries R978 104 from a copper concentrate deal.
In the mix of things, Lund Industries, through the Sheriff, repossessed some of his properties over R1 million fraud debt. Of interest, some of Faith, Nketsi’s assets were also repossesed.
Before being embroiled in financial woes, he had an estimated net worth of R240 million, according to Savanna News. No doubt his pockets have since run dry.
Unconfirmed reports indicate that he is into the trucking business and has trucks that operate regionally.
However, he was reportedly one of the significant shareholders of Nduduzo Funeral Services in Edendale. The funeral service is a family business established in 1998 by his father, who has political ties with ANC.