Port Sheptone Court Issues A Warrant Of Arrest For Nzuzo Nkuthalo Njilo & Co-Acccused. The arrest warrant for Nzuzo Njilo and co-accused Kwanda Ntshangase was issued by the Port Sheptone Magistrates Court in Port Sheptone. According to rumors, Njilo and Ntshangase are both wanted after in relation to a fraud case.
Port Sheptone Court Issues A Warrant Of Arrest For Nzuzo Nkuthalo Njilo & Co-Acccused
Nzuzo Njilo, who recently celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary to socialite and reality TV star Faith Nketsi-Njilo, is reportedly still at large. This comes after they stole a sizable sum of money from a trusting buyer and vanished.
#sapsKZN Port Shepstone #SAPS seek assistance to locate #wanted suspected fraudsters Nzuzo Nkuthalo Njilo and Kwanda Ntshangase believed to be in the vicinity of Pietermaritzburg. Any1 with info, call W/O Malunga on 076 9829 945. #CrimeStop #MySAPSApp TM” wrote South African Police Service (SAPS)
According to a police statement, Njilo and Ntshangase pretended to be truck salesmen to an unsuspecting customer. Njilo and Ntshangase vanished into thin air after the buyer paid a large sum of money, and the truck was never delivered.
“Nzuzo Nkuthalo Njilo and Kwanda Ntshangase are on the police’s 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 a dealership in Boksburg and later paid the two a substantial amount of money. The truck was never delivered and since then the duo could not be contacted and their whereabouts remain unknown.” reads the police statement
According to the reports, after careful examination of the sales documents, it was also discovered that some of the material on the selling agreement was false and fraudulent.
Police have uncovered that certain information on the sale agreement was fraudulent and a criminal case was duly opened. The duo are believed to be in the vicinity of Pietermaritzburg and anyone with any information of the whereabouts of these wanted suspects is urged to contact Detective Warrant Officer Muzi Malunga on 076 9829 945 or 039-6881185. Information will be treated with strict confidentiality. Tip-offs can also be relayed via the My SAPS App.” reads the police statement
Since the Port Sheptone Magistrates Court issued an arrest warrant, the Port Sheptone police have made an appeal to the public for help in finding Njilo and Ntshangase.
“The police in Port Shepstone are seeking the assistance of community members in locating suspected fraudsters whose warrants of arrest were issued by the Port Shepstone Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, 18 April 2023.” reads the statement