Ndah was a member of the Pirates team that competed in Nigeria on Friday and lost the championship game to RS Berkane.
Despite the fact that they were playing on their own turf, the player's squad was unable to prevent their loss to the Moroccan team.
The athlete was able to compete in the championship game at his alma mater, Akwa United, because they were competing against the Buccaneers.
"My gratitude goes out to everyone of the devoted Pirates for their support during the entire campaign. No matter what happens, we will do our best to make you proud. On to the following, "proclaimed the player over all of his social media platforms.
The footballer also expressed his appreciation to the fans of his previous team, Akwa United, who traveled in large numbers to cheer on Pirates and himself.
He continued by saying that it was a delight to play such magnificent football in front of the home crowd at their stadium.
On Friday, the Pirates will make their return to the DStv Premiership as the club travels to take on Royal AM in the 29th match of the season.
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