The cops could sent to look for a premier soccer league star who has allegedly defrauded his former employee.
Former Orlando Pirates soccer star, Tendai Ndoro’s former employee is accusing the footsie of running away with his hard-earned cash to the tune of R90 000, which he now refuses to pay back. The star has allegedly gone awol.
Onisimo Mutimba from Germiston in the Eastrand told Sunday World that is livid with the former Orlando Pirates striker because he has left him penniless. He said he worked for a star as a temp driver at his trucking company last year. “I was driving one of his trucks from June last year and I stopped working for him in December. When I worked for him, I was driving a 2014 Hyundai, which I used to ferry my mother, who has a stroke to the doctor,” he said.
Tendai Passion Ndoro is a Zimbabwean footballer. He plays for Al-Orouba in the Oman Professional League and the Zimbabwe national team as a centre forward. He has mad massive problems securing a team after his departure from Ajax Cape Town and Orlando Pirates. His off the field activities which included women and alcohol abuse have also contributed to his lack of proper professional playing set up.
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