Off-field drama spices up Mauritius match

HARARE - Zimbabwe striker Tendai Ndoro was at the centre of an off field storm following the Warriors’ drawn match with Mauritius at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

This was after the Castle Premiership leading goal scorer’s estranged wife Emilia Chawanda threatened to dump his three-month baby at the ground for his alleged infidelity.

Emilia was accompanied by her uncle, identified as Takusure Majoni, who could be seen fuming at Ndoro. 

Speaking in vernacular, an upset Majoni narrated his niece’s ordeal to the Daily News.

“He came to pay lobola some four months ago zvakanaka naka (nicely),”he said.

“But I was now shocked that he had abandoned his wife for another woman, who is way older than him. He literary dumped my niece onto the streets of Bulawayo,” Majoni, who was clad in a Warirors replica shirt, added.

“I had to take her back and I have been living with her in Goromonzi for the past months now, Tendai should take responsibility of his child.”

An obviously shaken Ndoro came out to try and cool down tempers, but he was directed back to the team bus by an overzealous marshal.

Efforts to get a comment from the Chicken Inn hotshot were fruitless as he had switched off his phone.

Comments (1)

What do you expect, he learnt the shenanigans from Morgan Tsvangarai

Reddy - 6 August 2013

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