‘Burn My Clothes After My Death’ - Late Billionaire Ginimbi’s Will Sparks More Controversies

November 14, 2020

‘Burn My Clothes After My Death’ - Late Billionaire Ginimbi’s Will Sparks More Controversies

Late Zimbabwean celebrity entrepreneur, Genius Ginimbi Kadungure has sparked more controversies after his will came up.

According to reports, the socialite would always refer to his death a few days before it came, which looks more like he knew it was coming.
He had drafted his will and was supposed to send it to his lawyer to sign a day after he died, but unfortunately things took the other turns.

His father, Anderson Kadungure made this known in a fresh interview with The NewsHawks.
According to him;

“It is hardly surprising, in the past few weeks or so, Genius would make reference to his own death, but we were not sure of what that was coming from, although I believe that it happens in life.

“Some people can predict their own death either through dreams or when they consult spiritual travellers or prophets. In this case, I shudder to think how it was revealed to him. But he spoke about where he wanted to be buried to six members of the family, including his senior maid.

“And also he had drafted some kind of a Will which he and his lawyers were to sign on Monday (9 November) but unfortunately, he died a day before.”

The family also spoke on the incidences, stating that that all his designer clothes should be burned after his burial.
He further added that his luxury cars should be sold and the funds sent to charity homes, while his plush mansion should be used as either a hotel or a museum.
Ginimbi's car collection consists of Rolls-Royce Ghost, Bently, Bentley Continental GT, Range Rover, Lamborghini, Ferrari valued at US$5 million.

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