It has been claimed that Zimbabwean socialite and businessman, Genius Ginimbi Kadungure, who died in a road accident on Sunday, November 8, had bought his own casket a week before his death.
News have it that a casket was found in one of his spare bedrooms following his death. “Ginimbi” Kadungure died on the spot along Liberation Legacy Way in Harare, ordinarily known by many as Borrowdale Road, when his speeding Rolls Royce collided head-on with a Honda Fit, veered off the road and hit a tree before catching fire.
Three other people – Limumba Karim, Alichia Adams and Mimie Moana – also died in the crash.
Prior to the accident, Michelle Amuli, popularly known as Mimie Moana, had a dream that she died and she narrated the dream about her death in a video making rounds online.
Unfortunately, Mimie’s dream came to pass as the accident occurred while the group was returning from Dreams Night Club after celebrating Mimie’s 26th birthday.
Ginimbi was laid to rest today in his Domboshava mansion. The socialite was known for flaunting his luxurious and flamboyant lifestyle.
Meanwhile, police in Zimbabwe have started investigating the death of Ginimbi after reports showed that there were gunshot marks on his burnt Rolls Royce.
Zimbabwean publication, NewsDay, has quoted Zimbabwe’s National Police Spokesperson, Paul Nyathi, as saying “we are still conducting our investigations.”
Reports based on which the Zimbabwean police have initiated investigations, suggested that Ginimbi and his friends were shot at, leading to the accident.
Reports have also showed that the personal belongings of Ginimbi including phones, shoes, wallets, were robbed following the accident, prior to the popular belief of Ginimbi Rolls Royce colliding head-on with a Honda Fit while he was driving to his Domboshava home alongside Limumba Karim, from Malawi; with Alichia Adams, and socialite Mitchel ‘Moana’ Amuli while they were returning from Moana’s 26th birthday party at Ginimbi’s Club Dreams
According to reports, prior to his death, Karim was allegedly a wanted man in Malawi over his alleged involvement in a $30 million money-laundering case.
Earlier reports by a Malawi media outlet, Nyasa Times, had alleged that Karim was wanted in connection with Malawi’s biggest corruption scandal.