Kayise Ngqula Reminds Us Of The Day Of Her Terrible Accident.

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The loss of a loved one is life’s most stressful event and can cause a major emotional crisis. You never stop missing your loved one, but the pain eases after time and allows you to go on with your life.

Former Our Perfect Wedding presenter and actress Kayise Ngqula has once again reflected on the pain of losing her husband Farai Sibanda and how her life changed forever. The pair were involved in a terrible car accident.

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In an emotional Instagram post, the TV presenter, who lost her husband Farai Sibanda in a car accident, shared how she survived and also knew she would never be the same. The loss of a spouse is devastating and requires one of the biggest life adjustments.

She captioned her pictures saying: “ As you get ready to lay your head to sleep tonight, I want to remind you that you may have been “robbed, but you’re still rich”. Pictured here looking as beautiful as I did, I didn’t know that I would not make it home in one piece that night. Ever had something so bad happen to you that changed your life forever? You survived but you knew you would never be the same? The accident was that defining moment for me”.

 

Understandably around this time of the year, the media personality occasionally takes to Instagram to remember her husband and share words of encouragement. No matter what you are going through, someday the pain will lessen, leaving you with cherished memories of your loved one.

She continued to say how she have since learnt that the catch is in seizing the moment. Since the accident, the media personality has been slowly opening up about her loss. Her friends and fans where

quick to comment on the post. Thanking her for sharing her incredible testimony.

As you get ready to lay your head to sleep tonight, I want to remind you that you may have been “robbed, but you’re still rich”. Pictured here looking as beautiful as I did, I didn’t know that I would not make it home in one piece that night. Ever had something so bad happen to you that changed your life forever? You survived but you knew you would never be the same? The accident was that defining moment for me. I have since learnt that the catch is in seizing the moment so that you may not miss the miracle. Just much like me, what happened to you isn’t the end of your story. There’s a call out for you to live like it’s never hurt before. God still wants you because His love is everlasting. That is the richness of your inheritance.

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Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident
Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident
Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident
Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident
Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident
Kayise Ngqula remembers the day of her car accident

Pictures and Screenshots Credit: Kayise Ngqula’s Instagram @kayise_ngqula

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