- Andile Mbenyane has announced he is ready to give love a second chance
- He confirmed lebola negotiations had begun with Pakama Aba’s family
- Andile lost his first wife in a tragic motor car accident in 2015
Chippa United star player Andile Mbenyane has excitedly announced he is getting married again!
The midfielder confirmed Lebola negotiations have begun and soon he will be walking down the aisle with his lady-love Pakama Aba.
The two met after she went to watch a Chippa game and attended a party afterwards. During a telephonic interview with Sowetan Live she commented that they had exchanged numbers and that he kept complimenting her on her beauty.
One thing led to another and now the two are eagerly awaiting the moment they can officially say they do!
Andile’s life was completely different three years ago when he was involved in a car accident in which he wife was killed. Things got worse for him when he was suspended from the team in 2017 for disciplinary reasons.
But now time has passed and his heart has had time to heal, and he believes he is ready for a second chance at love.
He stated that he had discussed the marriage with his late-wife’s family and commented that he has their full support in his new marriage.
“My late wife's family have given me their blessings and I feel this is the right thing to do. They are the best buddies with my partner and have assured me of their support."
Briefly.co.za wishes the new couple only happiness and sunshine in their new journey together.
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