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Nzuzo Njilo disappears with 15 trucks belonging to Absa

Absa has reportedly been searching for Nzuzo Njilo, the estranged husband of media personality Faith Nketsi, in an effort to locate him. The bank obtained a writ of execution to attach properties owned by Matshidze Nicholas Ramuvhundu, an associate of Njilo who is said to be running a truck business.

According to the writ of execution, Ramuvhundu allegedly disappeared with 15 trucks belonging to Absa.

Nzuzo Njilo

It is believed that Njilo currently possesses four trucks that were given to him by Ramuvhundu for his business. However, the bank claims that these trucks have also disappeared and that Njilo himself cannot be found.

The writ of execution, granted in July, empowers Absa to recover the trucks and attach any properties owned by the businessmen in order to recoup the funds.

Nzuzo Njilo

The trucks allegedly in Njilo’s possession include an HPC van body trailer and a trekker truck. Recently, after Njilo’s arrest in Durban on unrelated fraud charges amounting to R1.5 million, a representative from the bank sought help from the police to locate Njilo. Njilo was granted R10,000 bail and the case has been postponed until February 2024.

Njilo gained public attention two years ago when it was revealed that he had been showering Nketsi with extravagant gifts, including a brand-new Range Rover. The couple tied the knot in a traditional ceremony in 2022 but is currently going through a separation.

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