RUSSIAN BLONDE BEAUTY NAMES NCHINDO AS BABY’s DAD, LAUNCHES SEARCH FOR HIM
Controversial in life and controversial in death. That describes the late Louis Goodwill Nchindo, the former Managing Director of Debswana Diamond Mining company.
This week Nchindo made headlines again, but this time around in the far away Eastern Europe Republic of Belarus where a young Russian woman claimed the former Debswana MD fathered her eight-year-old child.
Louis Nchindo’s death two years ago aged 69 sparked endless debates and conspiracy theories over whether he was killed, committed suicide or skipped the country to avoid a possible jail term.
He was facing 36 counts of corruption and due to appear in court when he went missing only for his body to be later found partly decomposed 20 kilometres outside Kasane with his gun and identification card lying next to his car.
Whilst skeletons tumbled out of Nchindo’s closet just before his death, the flambouyant man-about-town with a love for high life and a taste for fast cars also featured in South African media for allegedly fathering babies with two teenage girls.
Now a Russian beauty has claimed on Russian State television that the controversial multi millionaire, who owned a mansion in Russia and made frequent trips to Eastern Europe on business, is the father of her son.
On a popular “People Search and Reunion” prime time TV show called “Wait for me”rated amongst the top-5 programmes in Russia with additional special releases for Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, the stunning blonde bombshell is heard saying:
“Hello my name is Svetlana, this is my son Dimitri, we are looking for Louis Nchindo, he’s the father of my kid. We met in 2001 in Minsk (capital of Belarus). Haven’t seen him in eight years. The kid is growing and always asking about his father and we decided to start searching for him from the place where he could be.
“I know he’s from Africa, in Gaborone the capital city of Botswana. I want him to know that he has a son, Dimitri here in Belarus who is growing and always asking where he is.”
A photo of a younger looking Nchindo and Dimitri, a mixed race young boy keep flashing up on a screen in the background as Svetlana made her appeal.
On their website, the programme “Wait for me” ( Waiting for you, Missing you ) says it deals with the search and the reunion of people all over the world, who were separated by different circumstances like wars, earthquakes, floods, revolutions as well as love dramas or conflicts.
They further claim that nowadays there are only two countries on the planet where the programme is not yet helping search and find people missing: these are Antigua and the Republic of Cape Verde and that every fifth inhabitant of the planet has seen the programme after it connected with the first National Channel of China.
A call to the TV station went unanswered while Nchindo’s eldest son, with his Russian wife, Garvas couldn’t comment on the story before press time.
A copy of the video clip with the claims was sent to Garvas.