Genius Kedungure popularly known as Ginimbi, a Zimbabwean Socialist and wealthy business tycoon bought himaelf a coffin before his death.
What we know about Genius Kedungure is that he was born in October 10, 1984 to a family of 4 in Domboshava, Zimbabwe.
A stinky wealthy personality whose net worth is reportedly unknown due to his enormous properties. Including fleet of exotic cars, expensive mansion and many more.
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Take a look at his expensive mansion:
According to a report by Pindula,
“The eye-catching mansion has six bedrooms, a fully equipped gym and a 14-seater state-of-the-art cinema.
… The mansion has an open plan type of design with doorless entrances connecting the rooms with every single room built with a balcony or verandah giving access to the lush gardens. The ground floor has a large kitchen, a lounge, a small ‘‘reception’’, gym, cinema, guest bedrooms and an entire guest wing which is separated from the main house by a series of garages for Kadungure’s top-of-the-range cars which include the Rolls Royce Wraith, Bentley Bentyaga SUV and a Range Rover”
Genius is the founder of Pioneer Gases and owner of Dreams Nightlife Club, an expensive club house in Zimbabwe, he was also the Ambassador of Herare International Carnival.
Genius is renowned for his exotic and lavish lifestyle, which earned him the king of bling according to Pindula. His yearly expensive all-white have always been a talk of the town home and abroad.
In 2010, he threw an expensive 3-day all-white party with an estimated cost of US$17,000 at his Greystone Park home.
It was shocking that while Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kedungure was living an extravagant life there’s nothing he could purchase that he didn’t get himself, including his own coffin.
According to Zimbabwemail, a coffin was found in one of his rooms. See the picture below:
Genius died at the age of 36, while returning from a friend’s (Moana) birthday bash. According to Zimbabwemail, his Rolls Royce collided with a Honda-Fit and hit some trees before it got burnt. The accident occurred along the Liberation Legacy way in Herare, the capital city of Zimbabwe.
See video of the accident here:
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