Sifiso Ngobeni who joined Mamelodi Sundowns this season from Bloemfontein Celtics. He is as yet hoping to solidify his place at the firing line up. He was associated with an awful and horrendous episode. He was hacked by a gathering of lawbreakers. Who were mimicking cops in Midrand on Tuesday. They were intensely furnished with weapons. They were additionally wearing Police officials tactical armor. These gathering of men additionally took Ngobeni's cellphone and different things including his shoes.
They were cruising all over with him as they needed cash from his financial balance. They halted at a carport to pulled out his cash at Bekkersdal. Ngobeni chose to run for his life. He got help from a decent Samaritan who took him to the closest police headquarters.
He then, at that point, continued to open an instance of Hijacking,theft and theft at Bekkersdal police headquarters. He was driving his Polo GTI when he was seized.
He was coming from Sundowns instructional course. A gathering of men requested him to stop the vehicle. Anyway at first Ngobeni's disregarded the gathering of men and just drove his vehicle.
The four suspect didn't surrender they constrained him to stop with weapons. They were furious they took him and tossed him at the secondary lounge with his eyes shut and blindfolded. He was told to rests level on his stomach and not to move.
These men were not yet finished with Ngobeni they began looking through his vehicle. They made out with his iphone 8 they were likewise exhausting cash from the Sundowns star peruses the assertion.
Ngobeni affirmed that his day by day card limit is R20,000. He isn't sure what amount did they take exactly,as they continued to advise him to build the every day limit.
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