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Ndlovu to be treated in England



Former Warriors captain Peter Ndlovu will be flown to England for further treatment on injuries he sustained almost three weeks ago in a car accident.

The ex-Coventry City striker has now started using crutches to walk after having operations on his legs, which previously restricted his mobility to a wheelchair.

Madinda Ndlovu, the older sibling of Peter, said that his brother’s condition is improving at the Matei Dei Hospital in Bulawayo.

And while Madinda praised the local hospital for their efforts, he says the family believe a higher level of healthcare can be found in the United Kingdom.

He said that they are currently finalising the arrangements to fly Peter to England where he will continue to receive treatment for his injuries.

“He is true he is improving,” said Madinda. “The doctors at the hospital are doing a great job but we also want to try other hospitals like in England.

“We will see what we can do but that’s what we want to do. Take him to England for further treatment on his injuries. I think the sooner the better,” added Madinda.

Peter’s other brother Adam Ndlovu, who died in the car accident, was buried in Bulawayo last weekend.



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