Tweeps accuses Sibusiso ‘Sbu’ Buthelezi’ of allegedly using the radio station to scam listeners.

Sibusiso “Sbu” Buthelezi, a former presenter of Ukhozi FM, has come under fire from Twitter users for allegedly using the radio station to scam listeners into investing in his business, Abombuso Investment.

On Wednesday night’s episode of Checkpoint, an investigative current affairs program on eNCA, Sbu Buthelezi was discussed.

He was fired by radio on June 29, 2022.

Victims describe how SBU Buthelezi defrauded them

After the interview, the former Indumiso host topped lists of trending topics on social media, and many criticized him for being haughty and unwilling to accept responsibility for the alleged scam.

Which he says is a poultry business rather than an investment business.

According to a victim who lost his job at SAA in 2020, he invested R40,000 from his provident fund but only received R6,000 of the promised benefits.

He had a contract with Abombuso which stipulated that in a few months he would receive 5 times his initial payment.

The father-of-two replied that he trusted Buthelezi since he worked for Ukhozi FM and was considered a man of God when asked why he invested in a company he didn’t. had never seen with his own eyes.

Sbu Buthelezi, a former UkhoziFM radio host, is accused of defrauding listeners using the public broadcaster.

Another victim, Vusi Mbatha, deposited R200,000 from his provident fund into Buthelezi’s business and said he never received the promised returns.

According to Mbatha, they assured Buthelezi when they met in Randburg in December that they would receive their returns in January 2022.

“We received nothing in January.

He promised to text us with our feedback between the 7th and 15th of every month in February, but nothing like that happened.

According to reports, Buthelezi made a deposit of R16,500, and this is the last payment made to Mbatha.

Buthelezi claimed he never alerted investors to the situation in his Tuesday advertising slot on Ukhozi FM and said things started to go wrong at Abombuso Investment in 2020 following a flu outbreak. avian.

He staunchly declined to say how many people had invested in Abombuso or when they would receive their money.

TWEEP ADVISE OTHERS TO AVOID ‘MEN OF GOD’

The tweeps believed that people lured the desperate into their get-rich-quick schemes using their position and prestige as men of God.

“This will rank among the worst Checkpoint episodes of all time.

This person (Sbu Buthelezi) is so haughty that he now avoids responsibility.

He has the audacity to challenge the interviewer. an ordinary burglar wearing an expensive outfit. Tweeted by @qhasi2.

Men of God are the best at defrauding the trust of their money.

Bushiri, Mbhoro, Pastor Chris and others are all skilled crooks. Sbu Buthelezi is a sincere Christian. said @CharlieLanga.

It’s amazing how easily people are tricked into falling in love with scam artists who pose as men of God and go over the radio.

Clearly Sbu Buthelezi has no response to the investment program he was also leading, @FsTebza tweeted.

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