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MBABANE – Devastating news.

The Eswatini Football Association (EFA) is reeling from shock at the news that one of their longest serving employees Sizakele Ngidi has passed away after an undisclosed illness. It has been gathered that Ngidi, who spent over 15 years working at Sigwaca House as a receptionist, met her death yesterday morning. EFA’s Marketing and Communications Officer Muzi Radebe confirmed the sad news yesterday in a statement. “Eswatini Football Association (EFA) and the entire football intimate in Eswatini have learnt with great astonishment of the ill-fated demise of Ms Sizakele Ngidi who was the organisation’s receptionist. “EFA would like to extend sincere and profound condolences to the Ngidi family, relatives, colleagues, friends, and affected establishments for her passing-on.


“As a football family we still cannot comprehend the passing-on of Ms Sizakele Ngidi, who was a loyal servant to the organisation and the sport. Her passing-on is a huge loss to the football association as she served it diligently,” reads Radebe’s statement in part. He then shared the word of God (Psalms 73:26) which states that: “My flesh and heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. “During this disconsolate time, EFA in joining the rest, hereby expresses her symbol of solidarity and wishes of the Lord’s comfort to all affected as a result of the passing on of Ms Sizakele Ngidi.”

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