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Kayise Ngqula reflects on two years since losing her hubby in fatal car crash

Kaysie Ngqula is standing tall regardless of the misfortune she's confronted.

It's been a long time since previous OPW moderator Kayise Ngqula's significant other was killed in a fender bender.


Kayise herself was seriously harmed in the accident and needed to battle her direction back to great wellbeing.

Taking to Instagram, the TV character considered her excursion to recuperation and managing the awfulness of losing her better half.


"Always remember ... in any event, during your haziest minutes God actually had an arrangement for you to sparkle. June 16 2019 my life changed for eternity. A long time since. I'm only here to advise you that I'm a living declaration of His decency!" she said.

In celebration of International Widows' Day last year, Kayise shared an adoration letter to her late spouse through her new YouTube channel After Dark with Kayise. She thought back with regards to the day they met and how excited they were the point at which she figured out they were expecting their first kid together.


Kayise likewise uncovered what she recollected of the night that guaranteed her better half's life.


She clarified how she nodded off because of the furious week she had and woke up to the sound of alarms.


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In the wake of falling oblivious once more, Kayise woke up in setback with her significant other close by.

"There was upheaval, the specialists, paramedics and any individual who should have been there to take care of us, it was then that I asked, 'Where are we and what's occurred?' I was then educated by the specialists we'd been in an auto crash and that we were very harmed. I looked to one side, my better half was insane, warding off anybody who contacted him ... he would have rather not be contacted and taken care of, he continued to shout my name ... I then, at that point, let him know we will be OK."

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