Black Aces was due to have a further look at the performance of the 21-year-old midfielder during the week end charity tournament and had travelled with the player to Nelspruit venue of the showdown.
“Aces who released the team to participate in this weekend’s charity showdown at Bidvest Stadium did not name Ng’onga in the squad which will play,” the Zambian Online Soccer Magazine Zamfoot.com reported Thursday.
Nonetheless, his compatriots Francis Kasonde and Collins Mbesuma had been taken on board, and have been given jersey number 38 and 9 respectively.
The Zambia Super League side Power Dynamos lodged a complaint to Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and South Africa Football Association (SAFA) citing the manner in which the player was taken for trials.
Black Aces had reportedly taken Ng’onga to South Africa for trials without getting an authorization from his Zambian club.
“Ng’onga left Arthur Davies Stadium without the consent of his current employers, Power Dynamos and they have since written to the two Associations to complain about Aces breach of procedures in sneaking out the player,” the magazine reported.