Zari appoints first born son, Pinto as director at her school

Zari Hassan has initiated the process of transferring the Brooklyn City College leadership to her children.

Taking to her Insta-stories, Zari announced that she has appointed her eldest son, Pinto Ntale, as the new Junior Executive Director at the College.

“Junior Executive Director. Induction, teach them young, can’t wait to see him take over the company, Managing finances,” Zari said in a series of posts this week on Wednesday.

Pinto studies at St Albans, one of the most expensive schools in South Africa. 

According to an article by a local website in South Africa, Business Tech, St. Alban College stands at 11 on the list of 20 most expensive schools in South Africa.

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Heir of Ivan Ssemwanga’s properties

In January 2020, Pinto was named the official heir of Ivan Ssemwanga’s properties following a family meeting that was held in Kayunga District, Nakaliro village, the ancestral home of the late Ivan Don.

The clan settled on Pinto as the true heir during the clan’s meeting. Although the youngster wasn’t able to attend the important cultural ceremony due to immigration challenges down in South Africa, he was ably represented by his mum and two younger brothers, Raphael Junior and Dido Ssemwanga aka LilQ Quincy.

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In 2017, days after Ivan Don’s death, Zari was forced to set the record straight on reports of fighting with Ivan’s family over his properties.

“I wasn’t fighting; I heard the stories from the other family. Yaani it wasn’t a priority to me because I know what belongs to the kids or me or whatever, everyone shall get what belongs to them,” she said.

She added that she wouldn’t fight Ivan’s relatives and has no beef with them because they are family, whether she likes it or not.