Ndo's first Irish club was St Patrick's Athletic whom he signed for in 2003. He then signed for Shelbourne in 2004 and made his debut in August against Cork City. Ndo Scored for Pat's against Odense Boldklub in the UEFA Intertoto Cup in July 2006.
Ndo picked up a league winner medal in 2006 after helping Shelbourne to their third league title in four years. In November 2006, he was voted PFAI Player of the Year by his fellow professionals for his contribution to Shelbourne's league winning campaign. Further to this, he featured in the team of the season.
After completing his contracted period with Shelbourne, Ndo rejoined St Patrick's Athletic, when he signed for John McDonnells team at Christmas time in 2006.
He signed for Shamrock Rovers on loan in July 2008, scoring one goal for the Hoops in a Man of the match performance on 29 August.
Ndo signed for Bohemians just before the beginning of the 2009 season and marked his debut for the club with a goal in a 1-0 victory over Dundalk at Oriel Park. He was named Player of the Month for March 2009 for his performances. On 15 July 2009, he scored a crucial goal in the 2010 UEFA Champions league qualifier against Red Bull Salzburg in Austria to secure a 1-1 draw for Bohemians. However Ndo and Bohs would depart that competition, losing 2-1 on aggregate. He then added to his collection of medals in September as Bohs beat Waterford United in the final of the League of Ireland Cup. He was not done yet as a great run of form towards the end of the season helped Bohs to their second League of Ireland Premier Division title in a row, winning by four points from closest rivals Shamrock Rovers with Ndo scoring vital goals against Drogheda United and Sligo Rovers in the closing games of the season. His performances over the season were rewarded when he was voted on to the PFAI Team of the Year for 2009 along with team mates Brian Murphy, Conor Powell, Ken Oman, Brian Shelley and Gary Deegan.
Like his former manager Pat Fenlon, he is one of a rare group of players to have played for each of Dublin's "Big 4" – St Patrick's Athletic, Shelbourne, Shamrock Rovers, and Bohemians.
On 6 November 2009, Ndo played his last match for Bohemians against Bray Wanderers to clinch the title for the Gypsies after they won the league.
On 23 March 2010, Ndo signed for Sligo Rovers until the end of the season. He had been a free agent after leaving Bohemians at the end of the 2009 season. He was voted man of the match at the 2010 FAI Cup Final, won by Sligo Rovers at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on 14 November 2010. He continued to haunt former club St Paticks Athletic, under the guidance of new manager Paul Cook, with several man of the match performances during the 2011 season. He remained with Sligo for the 2012 season, and won the League of Ireland for his fourth time.
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