Intriguing facts you probably didn’t know about Angelo Agrizzi

Angelo Agrizzi is a man most people have come to know as a whistleblower, though some do not agree.

He is described as a passionate game-changer who has been on a role as a mentee, learner, change agent, consolidator, innovator, scenario planner, and leader.

Agrizzi goes by the nickname Ferrari Fanatic and lives in Midrand, Gauteng. Angelo Agrizzi, from his nickname, is a Ferrarista who empowers people with a new zest of life. He is the former COO of Bosasa group of companies, formerly known as Dyambu and a proud Italian.

Being led by forerunners in women empowerment,Agrizzi was unable to make it successful due to a lack of required fundamental principles. In spite of this, he used the knowledge and experience he acquired in Malope Group of Companies to transform Dyambu into the Bosasa Group of Companies. He is the whistleblower on allegations of corruption and state capture of Gavin Watson Bosasa.

He is said to be in his 60’s or 70’s following his lasting career and demeanor. Angelo Agrizzi is the father of Giancarlo Agrizzi.

Agrizzi owns a posh Fourways home located in Johannesburg. The house has exotic features and is very inviting. This house was recently advertised for sale on several property websites but was then withdrawn in a flash after Sunday Times asked Agrizzi why he was selling it. The former Bosasa COO said he would return to Italy, where he allegedly has another home after he ends his testimony.

After a long, illustrious career, Agrizzi Bosasa COO is stipulated to be a wealthy man. Angelo Agrizzi cars have a special place in his heart, especially the Angelo Agrizzi Ferrari. His love for cars is well-known, and he owns expensive vehicles, including a red Ferrari.

Pertaining the death of  late Gavin Watson, the alleged corrupt former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi says that it is “very plausible” that the deceased and former boss may have tried to flee the country.

According to an officer who wished his identity to be made private, Gavin Joseph Watson had a car crash accident at 05:05 on a road that leads to the airport’s drop off point. Agrizzi empathized with Watson’s family and extended his heartfelt condolences for their loss.

He also said he had heard stories alleging to Watson’s fleeing the country and that those allegations might be true considering all the charges raised against him. He further expressed his empathy for the family and noted that whatever Watson did was not right.

After the death of Watson, former Bosasa supremo has hit back at the media report. The family members of Gain Watson accused Agrizzi Angelo of being involved in Watson’s “murder.” No official evidence has been presented to the public, and Police investigations are still ongoing. Agrizzi, however, wants the Sowetan to revoke the story on an article they published.

Daniel Witz, Agrizzi’s attorney, indicated in a letter that there is a huge population in Germiston. Therefore, making a blanket and baseless allegations linking Gavin’s death to Angelo, based on unsubstantiated facts, is vexatious. The letter similarly states that the fact the phone was tracked all the way to Bryanston does not imply that it was heading to Fourways.

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