Here Is How Faith Nketsi’s Husband Nzuzo Njilo Allegedly Scammed His Victims
The alleged victims of Faith Nketsi’s husband Nzuzo Njilo have come forward to reveal how they were swindled through his trucking firm, Njilo’s Trucking.
Zimoja has interviewed Mala Gwarule and Melfred Dube, who allege that they invested in Njilo’s Trucking but had their agreement breached by Nzuzo Njilo and his business partner, who also refused to return their trucks.
According to Gwarule, she signed a contract with Luntu Maxegwane of Maxbu Projects in June 2020, who is a friend and business partner of Nzuzo Njilo.
“The agreement was that I lease my truck to him, and his company and he will pay me R90 000 at the beginning of every month for 15 days on a R6000 rate per day,” the 26-year-old woman claims.
However, she says she has not received a cent from Maxegwane.
Gwarule has made allegations that a few weeks after she handed over her truck to Nzuzo Njilo, she saw him advertising it on social media as if it were his own.
When she requested the return of her truck, Maxegwane, Njilo’s business partner, reportedly refused to cooperate.
“Luntu refused to give me my keys and I involved lawyers and sheriffs of the court,” she says.
In January 2021, Gwarule received a call from a man named Phumlani who tricked her into sending him the vehicle documents.
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It was later discovered that he needed these documents to sell her truck to a third party.
After proving that she was the rightful owner, Gwarule was able to retrieve her truck. However, the vehicle had been damaged with cut wires, missing batteries and dents.
“As if that was not enough, my truck was stolen again and it is the Njilo brothers and their friends who did this,” she alleges.
Dube, who is also allegedly a victim, said that he invested R300 000 into Njilo’s company in 2020.
“I thought everything was legit. At first, he delivered what he had promised but I was shocked to learn that he had no trucks in his name, even though he showed me trucks,” he said.
However, he eventually stopped paying him.
Nzuzo Njilo’s Arrest And Bail Application
The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) police have confirmed that Nzuzo Njilo surrendered himself to the Port Shepstone Police Station and appeared in court on Monday.
According to a statement by KZN police spokesperson, Colonel Robert Netshiunda, Njilo will be joining his co-accused, Kwanda Ntshangase, for a bail hearing on Friday, 28 April.