Mthokozisi Ndaba, the runner-up on Idols South Africa, adores becoming a father and recently gushed about how God has restored what he had lost after losing two daughters. Oluhle Nhlanhla, the star's first brother, died in 2011 at the age of four. Two years later, tragedy struck again when his seven-month-old son, Ntando Mpilo, died. Mthokozi has never spoken publicly about the two men's deaths, but in 2018 he told a local newspaper that something went wrong with Ntando's recipe, but he wasn't sure what happened because he was still in school at the time.
Before meeting his bae, Lockdown actress Nandipha Sefoloko, his music career took off with his appearance on a TV singing competition. K'saselihle, the couple's son, was born three years ago in Kwa-Mashu, Durban. K'sakhanya Zanokuhle Ndaba, the couple's second child, was recently announced by Mthokozisi. Mthokozi said he was thankful for the blessings God had bestowed upon him as he gave fans a glimpse of K'sakhanya.
“I lost Oluhle Nhlanhla Ndaba in 2011.” (4). I lost Ntando Mpilo Ndaba in 2013. (7m). S'nqobile Sindiswa Ndaba (10) S'saselihle Ntokozo Ndaba (3) K'sakhanya Zanokuhle Ndaba (4m). “Bafowethu kodwa, isn't he a decent God?” He recovers seven times the sum taken by the thief. If you let him, he will recover everything you've lost.” Nandipha also expressed her admiration for the couple's child. She went on to say, "He's faithful and his devotion is limitless." Mthokozisi said after K'saselihle's birth in 2018 that his son had given him hope after years of struggle.
“After all that has happened, those dark clouds that I have had to walk through, we called our son K'saselihle, which means bright future, because he gives me hope. He gives me a promising future despite everything.”
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