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Lerato Kganyago’s Ex Hubby Thami Ndlala is Allegedly a fraudster with 2 SA ID’s

Yesterday when award-winning TV presenter Lerato Kganyago, took to Instagram to announce that her marriage of almost 2 months has come to an end, many South Africans were shooketh! Homegirl did not divulge many details about split, but cited that their different priorities and workloads did not afford them with the time to invest in their relationship. The former lovebirds dominated the Twitter trends list and set tongues wagging, on what might have led to their separation. The notorious tweeter who is running the parody account Man’s Not Barry Roux, (@AdvBarryRoux), dropped some files about the couple’s split.

According to the controversial tweeter, Thami Ndlala is allegedly a fraudster. Thami allegedly defrauded numerous retired people of their investments, claiming he would make a lot of money for them through his forex trading company.

Lerato Kganyago

Man’s Not Barry Roux, claims that Lerato and Thami are married in community of property but Thami does not have any property. The tweeter claims that Thami Ndlala has 2 South African IDs and he allegedly lied to Lerato that he was born in 1981 instead of 1988, but Lerato only found out recently when she allegedly saw the 1981 ID.

It is alleged that Thami also lied about owning a house in one of the wealthiest suburbs in Johannesburg Sandhurst and Hyde Park. As if that was enough, Thami allegedly fathered 3 children and, Lerato was not aware of this but only found out recently.

In other news – Letoya Makhene “I meant no disrespect to anyone’s culture

Actress Letoya Makhene has come out to clarify her intentions, after a post about her being sponsored blankets to donate to the needy as the cold winter seasons looms took a sharp turn and saw it being labelled “disrespectful”.

Letoya Makhene

Letoya shared a picture of her holding blankets on Instagram this week and her followers quickly identified the blankets as Ingcawe. Read more

Source: News365

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