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Tendai Ndoro broke his silence about going blind for 3 weeks: Difficult to understand his story


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Ndoro has told the media about his medical condition after a full 3 weeks of not being able to see anything.

"When I went to the hospital they found out that my sugar level was very very high.

"My wife was holding my hand going to the clinic, it was a very painful situation. I can't believe I'm seeing again.

"I was blind for three weeks. My eye operation went well and I have regained 100% of my sight." Footballer, Tendai Ndoro

"I am not club contracted right now. I'll see in January after my review when I am physically fit." Footballer

"I would like to come back to South Africa to play. I will find a club to play for by myself. I have learned a lot in my career. The next contract I sign might also be my last one.

According to The Herald, Ndoro has now devoted himself to God and is worshipping at the Victorious Family International Church in Mbare, Harare where he gave testimony during last Sunday's service.

"I am very grateful, and my life has since changed after I turned to God. There was a lot of hearsay concerning my life where nobody could confirm with me.

"I became blind for three weeks but with the support and prayers from my pastor, Kudakwashe Jose, everything has changed for the better as I can now see," Ndoro said

"I am very happy for the support I have been receiving from my relatives and family members from the church. It has been a long journey for me, and it needs a whole day to explain but from the counselling and guidance I am getting from the church leader, everything is going on well," Ndoro said while confirming he has been diagnosed with diabetes.

Tendai Ndoro still believes that he will come back to South Africa and find a club for himself. He believes that he can still play and win something.

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