We all know the pain of losing something you cherish, for example most of us have experience the pain of losing our mobile phones at least once in our life, if you know the pain of losing your mobile phone, then just imagine losing everything you own.
Unfortunately, this is exactly what happened to Chippa United striker Rodney Ramagalela, according to reports Rodney was left devasted this morning after he received a call informing his that his house in Limpopo was on fire.
Ramagalela’s was stunned to learn that his 8 room house with a double garage was unfortunately burned down around in the early hours of Tuesday morning (November 16) at around 04:30am in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
Ramagalela says he just thankful that no one was killed, but he is devasted that his house was destroyed, and he is going to let the law enforcement authorities investigate before suspecting any foul play...
"With a career like ours, to start again it’s a mission on its own. I am seriously hurt I won’t lie. But the most important thing is that no one lost their lives." - Ramagalela.
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