Orlando Pirates baller Olisa Ndah was recently spotted with an elegant Mercedes Benz C-Class. Here's a closer look!
The Mercedes C200 has a solid reputation in the townships of South Africa. Many would agree that much like the Toyota Fortuner 4x4, the C200 is a highly-rated car among parents and those who are successful in local black Mzansi communities.
With the older versions of the ride referred to as the 'Kompressor', it has been shown time and time again that you can never go wrong with this particular ride, both in terms of quality and reliability of its performance.
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Perhaps we can jokingly speculate that if Ndah is a traditionalist, he probably grew up with the dream of one day owning a Kompressor - a dream that is common to many in the streets of SA.
In the past weekend, the Nigerian defender posted his first image with a car on Instagram, raising some questions about who is the owner of the vehicle. While we cannot confirm this, one must admit that this particular set of wheels suit the Bucs star quite well.
The car is widely considered to be one of the German automaker's mid-range models due to its relative affordability compared to other luxury ranges. The C200 has maintained its allure across decades, thanks to its unwavering class, ever-improving technology, and sophisticatedly dignified exterior.
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The 24-year-old has been a reliable figure for the Soweto outfit since in 2021 arrival from Akwa United. This season he has played in all but one of Pirates' DStv Premiership matches and he also appeared in all four of Ezimnyama Ngenkani's MTN8 matches before being crowned champions in November.
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Ndah has picked up one cap for Nigeria since his 2021 international debut, according to Transfermarkt.
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