Adam Ndlovu died alongside with a Bulawayo woman identified as Nomqhele Tshili, it has been reported.
Nomqhele, the 24-year-old lady who died tragically alongside Zimbabwean soccer legend, Adam Ndlovu when a BMW X5 being driven by Adam's brother Peter Ndlovu veered off the road and uprooted several trees. The accident took place early Sunday morning around 1am near Vic Falls airport. The woman was in company of Adam and Peter who were heading to Vic Falls for a friendly match that was scheduled for Sunday.
Sources said Nomqhele was a devoted member of Harvest House International Church, one of the most popular pentecostal churches in Bulawayo, founded by Apostle Collin Nyathi.
"She was a member of the second service at our church (Harvest House International Church) and early last year she graduated after completing her bible studies at our school of ministry," said a source who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The source also revealed that mourners are gathered at No. 10 Collenbranda Rd, North End in Bulawayo though burial arrangements are yet to be finalised.
Meanwhile, when reached for comment with another online publication, Madinda Ndlovu said the Ndlovu family is yet to meet with Nomqhele Tshili's family over the fatal accident that claimed the life of Nomqhele.
The late Tshili resided at the Maison Mick Towers along Main Street in the Bulawayo City Centre. Nomqhele, the mother of a 5-year-old girl was said to be into modelling although it was not clear whether she was still active in that career.
Nomqhele had just turned 24 (a week before her death). She was a single mother who did her education at Gwanda High School before proceeding with her studies at Speciss College in Harare.
Her relationship with Adam Ndlovu could not be ascertained at the moment, though earlier reports have said Adam and Nomqhele were close friends. source - XimDiaspora/My Zimbabwe.