More pictures of former Warriors striker Tendai Ndoro and his new flame. The former Warriors and Orlando Pirates strike is having a blast of his life as far as his love life is going. He seems to be happy and in a better place than before as he is crazily and head over heels in love with his new flame.
He posted pictures of himself and his new lover a few weeks ago and it seems he is not stopping gushing about his new love. He has just posted new hot snaps of himself and his flame and all we can say is someone is deep in love. Good to see him in this way. Check the pictures below..
Footballer Tendai Ndoro finds love again after divorce: Pics. Oman based Zimbabwean footballer Tendai Ndoro has entered the new year with a bang when it comes to romance.
Tendai Passion Ndoro (born 15 May 1988) is a Zimbabwean footballer. He plays for Al-Orouba in the Oman Professional League and the Zimbabwe national team as a centre forward. Ndoro was once married to Thando Maseko with whom he had a troubled relationship with, which ended with a case of domestic violence against the footballer and a divorce.
The footballer unleashed his new bae on his Instagram account and he seems to be happy to have found love again. Captioned Ndoro. Happiness is the highest level of success. The footballer was arrested for allegedly strangling his wife, and also throwing a TV set at her after they got into a heated dispute over car keys.
Maseko also accused Ndoro of infidelity by claiming that he had an affair with a prominent ANC member who was funding his lifestyle. Ndoro at the time denied the charges saying he had never laid hands on her and she fabricated the assault charges in order to tarnish his good name.
Source – Mbaretimes
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