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Faith Nketsi Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands, Allegedly Dumps Husband Nzuzo Njilo Amid Financial Woes

It seems there is trouble brewing in the relationship between reality TV star Faith Nketsi-Njilo and her husband Nzuzo Njilo, as rumors of their marriage being on the rocks have surfaced.

According to City Press, the couple may be heading for a split as they are no longer living together.

The reason for their separation is said to be a financial strain in their marriage, with Faith reportedly leaving their home and staying in a hotel with her daughter Sky.

To support herself and her child, Faith has allegedly returned to her club hosting job to earn a living, as her husband Nzuzo is reportedly facing financial difficulties.

The Have Faith star is said to have left her husband, who is rumored to be struggling financially.

“She moved out about three weeks ago. She left Njilo and has gone back to hosting in clubs again with her friend Kim Kholiwe and making money. Just a few days ago, she was hosting at Booth Night Club, and she has put herself out there once again for the work that she used to do before she got married.”

It is now being reported that Nzuzo Njilo may have deceived Faith Nketsi into marrying him when he was already facing financial difficulties.

As a result, Faith has allegedly suffered losses in the process of trying to help Njilo overcome his financial woes.

Reports suggest that she has even lost her property and car as a result of the situation.

“Faith has lost a lot since she married Njilo. She, like all of us, was under the impression that Njilo was monied, but he is not. She lost her Jeep, which they had to sell after sorting out another debt, and then her furniture was taken by the court last year to pay the debt involving those other two guys. It is a lot in a very short space of time. Faith loves the soft life, so she went back to doing what she loves the most, which is club hosting.”

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