Ngizwe Mchunu the president of the Black Poorest people in Africa, the man who has no fear of speaking anyhow about other people was in involved in a terrible accident recently, and received not even one injury.
Speaking at church on the following day he gave thanks to Dr Khehlelezi's God and his ancestors for protection, mentioning that they didn't let him die because no one will speak for the poor people and those who have no one to address their matters in South Africa if he dies.
Reports revealed that Ngizwe will be appearing on a television show that is based on maskandi artist Mthandeni Igcokama Elisha Manqele's life, as these two are close friends. On the show, Mthandeni and Ngizwe would be talking about the misunderstandings they had that ended up affecting their friendship but they were able to sort things between them using traditional ways.
Reports revealed that though Ngizwe and Mthandeni had forgave each other but there were still people who weren't satisfied about Ngizwe's apology, and these are old people who are close to Mthandeni. They said Mthandeni grew up looking up to them and they are not happy with Ngizwe's apology.
'I have more isizulu knowledge than you. Who do you think you are Masondo? You're the one talking too much while Mthandeni's brothers are quiet. Who do you think you are Masondo?' Asked Ngizwe
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