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Sundowns man loses out on R1.8 million gift

Ndlovu – the best Zimbabwean footballer ever – was by The Chronicle paper welcome to effortlessness an event wherein he was expected to be given an unexpected endowment of a house to the worth of USD120 000 (around R1,8 million). 

Notwithstanding, everything turned sour when he requested USD6000 (R90 000) to show up at the function upheld by Sakunda Holdings who were disclosing a multi-million sponsorship bundle for Zimbabwe's two greatest clubs Highlanders and Dynamos last month. 

Peter's more seasoned sibling Madinda alongside Moses Chunga were both given houses worth USD90 000 (roughly R1,36 million) while the late George Shaya's family gotten a place of comparable worth to the one that the Sundowns administrator would have gotten to pay tribute to his amazing status. 

With the appearance not being paid, the previous Sundowns forward eventually didn't join in and thus, didn't get the house. 

"Peter was welcomed well on schedule, however he demanded to be paid for gracing the capacity. He needed with regards to US$6000 (roughly R90 000), yet the coordinators needed the house gift to be a shock to him. Indeed, even Madinda went thinking he was only a visitor, however his more youthful sibling needed more," says a source cited by the Bulawayo based paper. 

Ndlovu's flight tickets and convenience would have been provided food for by Sakunda Holdings, who mentioned that the solicitation to the resigned footballer be made through his previous club Highlanders. 

'Zongo' as Ndlovu is nicknamed in his old neighborhood of Bulawayo moved directly to the English top association as a youngster and was the main African to play in the rebranded English Premier League on August 1992 and one of a couple of adversaries to at any point score a full go-around against Liverpool at Anfield.

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