The law is knocking on Lerato Kganyago’s door!

The law is knocking on Lerato Kganyago’s door!

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Controversial businessman, Thami Ndlala, who is a husband to radio and TV presenter, Lerato Kganyago, has allegedly found himself in trouble with the law again.

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You will remember that the businessman made headlines last year for allegedly having two identity documents; one showing that he is born in 1988 and another showing he was born in 1981. Ndlala was reported to have allegedly defrauded numerous retired people of their investments, claiming he would make a lot of money for them through his forex trading company. It was also alleged that he 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 after their wedding.
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All of these allegations and scandals surfaced just days after the Metro FM radio presenter had announced that she had separated from her husband and they were getting a divorce just two months after their star-studded wedding. With the news on everyone’s lips, Lerato responded to the fraud and infidelity claims by telling her followers not to comment on issues they know nothing about. Her husband had also confirmed the divorce reports but had denied that he had cheated.

However, we soon learned that they were both pulling our legs about the divorce because when they clocked a year of marital bliss, they celebrated in the most lavish way possible.

Speaking on the allegations of him being an alleged fraudster and conman, Thami had said that those were attempts to slander his name.

“These allegations are devoid of all truth. I find it curious that people wish to remain anonymous. It seems to me like a further attempt to slander my good name. There are legal procedures available to all citizens if they feel money is due to them.
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“No such legal documentation had been served on me. This seems like a failed attempt to litigate and the media has become a forum for such litigation for the cowardly faceless who seek popularity,” he had said at the time.

But it seems the businessman still has allegations hanging over his head, and these are fresh. Ndlala and a friend are allegedly in trouble for buying two luxury vehicles using fraudulent documents.

According to Daily Sun, in 2012, Ndlala’s friend applied for car finance for a 20 08 Range Rover and when his application was approved, he gave it to Ndlals. Shortly after, he applied for a BMW, using a different job title and kept the car for himself.

Hawks spokeswoman Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu confirmed that two suspects positively linked to this case are expected to appear in court on 2 July. He also revealed that the first suspect, aged 32, was served with a summons in May.
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Could this be another smear campaign? We wait with bated breath for Ndlala’s response.