Nazim Moti Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Nazim Moti is a finance manager from Polokwane.

He isn’t one of the popular ones in the town, yet he has an abundance that is sufficiently gigantic to get his kids’ hijacked.

Interlopers may have seen his riches and that could be the justification for the grabbing.

Further, the family is additionally hanging tight for the calls of a hijacker and is expecting to see their 4 children soon.

Nazim Moti is a Limpopo finance manager.

Prior to the episode of his children, Nazim was never seen on media or some other big TV stages.

Nazim Moti is all the more a money manager and likes to be away from media.

It is still because of realizing that what sort of business he runs, for sure are his tasks.

In any case, taking a gander at the abducting, it appears to be that he may be an individual with an excellent measure of total assets.

Nazim Moti is still yet to uncover his business and current total assets.

Yet, it appears to be that Nazim is a mogul, as he is one of the most extravagant in the city of Cape Town.

Nazim is a Limpopo financial specialist, and it is perhaps the most popular spots for its public park.

Insights about the total assets of Moti have not yet been distributed. The explanation is that he was never found in media the seizing of his children.

Smith, the family attorney has said that the family has a few motivations to accept that the hijacker may need some Ransome.

In this way, Nazim will part with his abundance for his child, which implies he may have an immense one.

Nazim Moti has 4 children by the name Zia (15), Alaan (13), Zayyad (11) and Zidan (6).

Nazim was hitched to his better half Shakira Moti quite a while in the past, and every one of his children are nearly grown-up.

Yet, at this point, the family is frantically looking for their four children who were stole on the twentieth of October 2021.

As indicated by the Laudium Sun, the vehicle they were in was closed off by two vehicles close to the Tzaneen sidestep before seven men kidnapped the young people.

No payment demands have been made for Nazim and Shakira Moti’s four young men, as indicated by specialists.


It’s not evident why the family feels the criminals need cash.

The 64-year-old driver let police know that he was driving the four young men from Nirvana to their school in Polokwane when two vehicles closed off his BMW on the Tzaneen sidestep.

The escape vehicles, a silver/dark/champagne Kia Sportage and a dark Mercedes-Benz with no number plates, were keep going spotted on the R81 leaving Polokwane.

The pursuit is energetically going on and reports will be refreshed on Heightzone.