He branded himself as a wealthy gentleman. With over 2.75 000 followers on Instagram, his image represents wealth and luxury. Not long ago, he married the love of his life and the mother of his child, former professional Twerker turned club hostess and reality show star Faith Njilo (née Nketsi) who is even more popular on social media. She built her brand through the years as an expensive influencer, setting trends.
Faith and husband Nzuzo Njilo confirmed last year that they were expecting their first baby, sharing a picture of her baby bump. Faith said, the nine months have been nothing but amazing. Soon after, she confirmed that her reality TV show Have Faith is making a comeback in August 2022. She then followed with another big announcement stating that she and the father of her baby ,Nzuzo, were in the process of getting married. In April the couple made things official by hosting a mahlabiso, a traditional ceremony joining the two families in marriage. The couple tied the knot at an intimate ceremony with close friends and family in May 2022. Although at the end of last year, reports started resurfacing that Nzuzo was owing nearly R1 million and was in debt. Faith stuck around and celebrated their one-year anniversary in April this year.
WANTED BY POLICE
KZN police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Netsiunda said in a statement that the police in Port Shepstone are asking for assistance in tracking down Nzuzo and Kwanda Ntshangase, believed to be in the vicinity of Pietermaritzburg for charges of fraud. Netshiunda says the two "suspected fraudsters' have warrants of arrest which were issued by the Port Shepstone Magistrate's Court on 18 April 2023.
The police say the two men are on the "wanted list' in connection with a case of fraud. "The two are alleged to have masqueraded as salesmen who pretended to be selling a truck in May 2021. The unsuspecting buyer went and physically viewed the truck at the dealership in Boksburg and later paid the two a substantial amount of money. The truck was never delivered since then, the duo could not be contacted and their whereabouts have remained unknown,' Netshiunda said. He said the police have also uncovered that certain information on the sale agreement was fraudulent and a criminal case was opened. "Anyone with information on their whereabouts can contact Detective Warrant Officer Muzi Malunga at 076 9829 945," added Netshiunda.