Social media influencer and media personality, Faith Ntseki has revealed that she is divorcing her husband, Nzuzo Njilo, in a statement posted on Instagram.
The couple, who have a daughter together, tied the knot in April last year. Nketsi said in her statement: “It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Nzuzo Njilo and I are at the final stages of our divorce proceedings. No one gets married with the intention to get divorced.
However, through careful consideration and mediation, we have decided to go our separate ways. Nzuzo Njilo continues to be an amazing father to our beautiful daughter, whom we are co-parenting,” she said. Faith explained that she confirmed her divorce because she is a public figure and that she understood that her life was a matter of public interest but continued to ask for privacy. “At this sensitive time, I would appreciate, some privacy.”
A source close to the situation says Nketsi was fed up with defending herself from strangers after her husband’s multiple arrests. According to the source, the two love each other and tried to work things out but his lies never end. “There is always a scandal after scandal and she could no longer take it. If he is not lying about buying a house, he was not paying staff. Faith got tired,” adds the source.
According to the source, the couple will continue parenting their daughter. “There is no bad blood, they get along as friends and parents but the romance part is not happening,” adds the source.” Njilo, who is the son of the former Msunduzi Municipality mayor Themba Njilo, got in trouble with the law when he was arrested a few months ago together with his accomplice Kwanda Ntshangase for defrauding a woman of R500 000 in a dodgy truck sale last year. He appeared in court last week on the same charges and was arrested in another matter where he allegedly defrauded another business owner.
KZN police spokesperson Colonel Robert Netshiunda confirmed the arrest. “Durban Central police have arrested a 27-year-old man in connection with a case of fraud that reportedly occurred at business premises between 30 January 2023 and 20 July 2023. It is alleged that a man purchased a product from the suspect and was not satisfied with the quality of the product. Reports indicate that the victim was promised another product but it was not delivered,” Netshiunda said.