Ncengencenge the imposter' surfaces
MANZINI – An imposter going round calling herself Ncengencenge Dlamini has surfaced in the country.
This is according to Princess Ncengencenge, who revealed this when rubbishing claims that she filed a E200 000 lawsuit against Inyatsi Construction for the destruction of a property as reported a couple of weeks ago.
"In as far as I’m concerned, I’m the only Ncengencenge Dlamini in the kingdom," remarked the princess. She neither owns property at the said place nor is suing anyone in relation to it, she said.
Princess Ncengencenge, who is an appointed Member of Parliament (MP), said she was currently troubled by the woman whom she branded as an ‘imposter’.
She said about two years ago officers from the Manzini Police Station alerted her of the existence of the imposter.
The real name of the woman, according to the princess, is Ncenge Dlamini.
Ncenge resides at Helemisi Township in Manzini. She is the same woman who filed a E200 000 lawsuit against Inyatsi Construction.
The princess stressed that she had nothing do with the pending lawsuit.
"I’ve never met the woman who calls herself Ncengencenge," said the princess. "I think she goes by Nceng-encenge as a pseudonym because Prince Mfanasibili, who raised this woman confirmed her real name to be Ncenge."
Princess Ncengencenge said she was not sure why the woman elected to ignore using her real name.
She said the police told her that the imposter was very hostile towards them when confronted on why she opted to use the name Ncen-gencenge.
Mfanasibili knows Ncenge
MANZINI – Prince Mfanasibili has confessed that Ncenge Dlamini was known to him.
The prince stressed that he had known the woman, who was now being accused of impersonating Princess Ncengencenge, as Ncenge.
Ncenge, as per the former member of Liqoqo, hails from Malindza adjacent to Sikhuphe International Airport in the Lubombo region. He said Ncenge’s father was the late Prince Matsedlala, who was not sired by King Sobhuza II. However, Prince Mfanasibili referred further enquiries to Ncenge.
Ncenge refused to respond to a questionnaire sent to her.
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