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Ng’onga’s family home has been attacked in Kitwe

CHIPOLOPOLO player Alex N’gonga’s family home in Kitwe has been attacked by unknown people following Zambia’s 1-nil loss to Nigeria in the 2018 World Cup qualifier match yesterday.

Copperbelt Province police commissioner Charity Katanga says a group of people emerged from a white Toyota Landcruiser registration number ACC 5492 and maliciously damaged two roofing sheets with stones to the home in Kitwe’s Chimwemwe area.

The group, according to Katanga, accused N’gonga, the Power Dynamos player, of missing scoring chances, erasing the country’s hopes of featuring in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Katanga disclosed that police were looking for the people over malicious damage to property.

And N’gonga’s mother Charity has told Muvi TV news that she feared for her life when she heard another person threaten to destroy the house completely.

Nigeria became the first African team to qualify for the World Cup courtesy of Alex Iwobi’s second half strike at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium

[ The Mast]

3 Comments to Ng’onga’s family home has been attacked in Kitwe

  1. Zulu says:

    Zambia jst needs to have a lot of away friendly games in west Africa to get use to defeating them at home, this is Zambia’s weakness and needs to work on nothing else except that to over come the inferiority complex when it comes to west african teams as there is no way around getting to the world cup without going through the west Africans

  2. Joseph says:

    You know African foot-ball is made in west Africa. That region is a power house when it comes to foot-ball. Playing friendlies for simple reason to beat them at their own backyard will be very difficult. West Africa will always remain a waterloo for you Zambians.
    If Zambia should find itself in the same group with any west African team for a sole ticket to world cup in fact Zambia should forget that qualification

  3. Seerman says:


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