Within five months after joining Gomora, Mr Faku’ Moshe Ndiki’ was fired, leaving fans wondering about the reasons. Mr Faku joined as a lavish young who had lost his expensive lifestyle in Sandton to his gambling addiction. He came back a beggar with nowhere to stay, only to find favour from Gladys, the ex-wife of…
Within five months after joining Gomora, Mr Faku’ Moshe Ndiki’ was fired, leaving fans wondering about the reasons. Mr Faku joined as a lavish young man who had lost his expensive lifestyle in Sandton to his gambling addiction.
He came back a beggar with nowhere to stay, only to find favour from Gladys, the ex-wife of his relative Melusi.
Mr Faku became popular of his love for partying and his lazy way of teaching at Gomora High. His career as a teacher would not last long, given his approach to dealing with students.
For some time, Mr Faku established himself, becoming a better person with fellow teachers and students accepting him slowly. At home, he provided Gladys with the much-needed support and comfort she wanted on her lowest days.
In doing so, Faku developed a name for himself, and many fans loved his vibe as he brought a different vibe to Gomora. Slowly Mr Faku’s role was under threat, with less and less drama around him. It seemed his days were numbered, and fans’ outcry broke on social media, calling for his firing.
It may be another reason that the producers fall for the pressure, but another primary reason is behind Moshe leaving Gomora.
The reason for Mr Faku’ Moshe Ndiki’ firing from Gomora
A few weeks ago, Moshe Ndiki got into a heated catfight with social media personality Musa Khawula. After engaging in a physical battle with Moshe, Musa went on to file the police report after attending the hospital.
It seemed Gomora producers ignored the scandal, but the rumour mill is that Moshe’s fight with Musa Khawula ended his career with Gomora.
Mr Faku was suspended from Gomora High as a teacher, and that is his end in the show.
A close source said:
The production decided to fire him; they felt he was bringing Gomora’s name into disrepute, and as a result, they wore off his character.
The Director of Local Entertainment Channels M-Net Shirley Adonisi spoke of Mr Faku’s suspension, saying:
The Faku suspension storyline was in place before the fight between Moshe and Musa; thus, it’s completely unrelated. He added saying that the suspension is permanent.
According to Daily Sun, attempts to get a comment from Moshe Ndiki did not materialise after he stated his preference to use email rather than phone calls.
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