Somizi Encourages People To Invest

Is it a scam?

By  | Jul 03, 2021, 03:41 PM  | Somizi Mhlongo  | Top of the

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Somizi has topped the Twitter trend's list this morning after he associated himself with a man that is alleged to be a master scammer, Mandla Lamba.

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Somizi had an Instagram live session with the Founder and CEO of Agilitee, an "electric vehicle and green tech company that is at the forefront of the 4th industrial revolution in Africa, and more importantly, green technology being the future."

The IG live did not sit well with a number of people even prior to it happening. This is mainly because of the bad publicity Mandla has been getting ever since he came to the spotlight.

Some people commented under Somizi's IG post and said that Mandla was the same man that crooked people years ago.

@pitso_mxcc said, "I had to do a little bit of research on Mr Lamba and his past makes me not trust him with my money. Wishing everyone that is buying shares the best of luck"

duma.heather warned Somizi and said, "It may not be a wise idea to associate with this guy"

princess_koena said, "Mandla Lamba a conman of note!! He got Ukhozi FM listeners investing last year and they’ve never heard from him. Now that he is back from jail, he must have a different scam!! Vuka Darkie!!!!!! "

@soothsayer2021 said, "Lamba is a conman. Google Mandla Lamba if you think I am lying. Put your money there at your own risk."

In the LIVE, Somizi and Mandla discussed Agilitee shares that are priced as below: 

1. Shares worth R50, 000 at R5000
2. Shares worth R100, 000 at R10, 000
3. Shares worth R250, 000 at R25000
4. Shares worth R500, 000 at R50, 000
5. Shares worth R1 million at R100, 000 

Yesterday was the last day to buy the shares but if one wanted to buy the shares, they had to deposit the money into Agilitee's Nedbank account and then send proof of payment by email to [email protected] or WhatsApp the proof to a WhatsApp number. 

In the live, Mandla said the Journey started last year when Agilitee was raising capital through crowd funding, “we raised the capital and closed it in May but there was a problem where Zanele Mbokazi Nkambule, the Marketing Director for Agilitee started receiving calls and emails, people asking for shares and we had already closed and the money we wanted to raise had already been raised so we were instructed by our marketing team department that we need to reopen and then close it on the social media  platforms again on 2 July.” 
This is why the shares were shared on social media affording those who are avid investors a chance to buy the shares. 
Mandla said a sales announcement was just released on the Johannesburg Stock Engagement (JSE). “It is a process that is gonna take a few weeks and then people will be able to get Agilitee shares there. Anyone who wants to buy Agilitee shares will get them through JSE.” 
Mandla said that while busy on the IG live with Somizi, Isiphingo police were abusing his bodyguards outside, "It has just ruined my afternoon…I am so angry at the abuse of power."

What do you guys think, is this a legit investment opportunity?  

Main Picture Credit: Instagram/@somizi
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