Khaya And Ntando Are Divorced

Khaya And Ntando Are Divorced


Two years after getting married, Khaya and
Ntando are now divorced. This is very unbelievable, but sadly enough,
it is real and true. The official statement of the divorce was
posted on Instagram in the morning of Tuesday 24 December 2019. This is the full official statement released
by Ntando. Official Statement. In December 2017, my husband, Khaya Mthethwa
and I got married, and we were son blessed with a handsome bubbly son. I had moved from home in Mpumalanga Province,
to join my husband in his home city, Durban, and raised our son as a hands on mother, after
resigning from my job. In the last few days, my husband and I have
hand an in depth discussions about our marriage, and our young family challenges. On Sunday, we met my in laws, and informed
them of our mutual decision for us to amicably file for divorce. I also informed my mother, and the rest of
my Kunene family, who were disappointed with the divorce decision, but appreciated the
fact that I represented them well at the Mthethwa’s, in the way they raised and expected from me. My son and I have now moved out of our marriage
home, to return home to Mpumalanga. When I got married, I joined my husband, and
parents led church, Oasis Church, and I was warmly welcomed in the church. I would like to thank the Apostles Themba
and Lulu Mthethwa, and the rest of the Oasis Family, and wish them well. Khaya and I were married out of community,
and thus each one of us shall keep our respective assets. We are blessed with a son, that we both love,
and will continue to do so. I will have custody of our son, but at all
times, his father shall have unrestricted access so that he can play his fatherly role
as we co-parent. I have decided not to ask the court for child
maintenance, as I believe Khaya, as a father, and myself, as a mother, have a duty towards
the welfare of our son, to educate and raise him up to become a respectful, ambitious,
and importantly a responsible boy, then a man, that we shall be proud of. I strongly believe, no court should have to
force a parent to help raise his or her loving and innocent child. On behalf of Khaya and I, we request you to
respect our privacy, as we go through this difficult process. We know and appreciate your love, and concerns
about us, but do know that we are fine, and this decision is in the best interest of both
us. We agreed to handle our divorce amicably,
and with mutual respect and no contest. Khaya and I will remain friends. Note Well. We shall not be commenting on the divorce,
or our marriage, and family. We thank you for your understanding, and respecting
our privacy, and more importantly, to protect our son. God bless all, Merry Christmas, and Happy
New Year. With utmost Love. Ntandoyenkosi Kunene. 24 December 2019. Please check in the description box below,
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