Kayise Ngqula speaks about her hubby a month after losing him

Kayise Ngqula speaks about her hubby a month after losing him

- The former OPW presenter lost her hubby a month ago

- Kayise took to social media to express just how challenging this past month has been

- She also thanked everyone for their support as it has given her strength

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It was a tragic event when Kayise Ngqula lost her husband a month ago in a horrific accident. Losing a loved one is the longest lasting pain a human will ever feel.

Kayise has been in the entertainment industry for a mere 5 years but she has accomplished so much. The star made headlines when she won the Our Perfect Wedding Presenter Search competition in 2017.

Briefly.co.za previously reported on how the car accident was extremely tragic as Kayise was in the car with her husband and he unfortunately passed away. It is so sad, as the couple seemed to have had it all - a new baby and a good life - and just a month ago Kayise’s life changed.

The media personality has been very quiet for the past month. Kayise took to Instagram on the first month anniversary of her hubby’s death. She took the opportunity to thank her followers for all the support she had received.

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Kayise’s words were touching, with her saying that today was exactly one month ago that tragedy struck and they were involved in a car accident. She went on to say that there are no words that could possible express just how she is coping without her husband, that the pain she feels is too great.

Lastly, Kayise explained that she did however find the strength to simply say thank you to everyone that has carried her pain and those that have reached out to her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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