Ginimbi’s Luxurious Lamborghini & Rolls Royce Set To Be Seized By Zimbabwean Authorities

A Lamborghini and a Rolls-Royce belonging to late socialite and businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure are scheduled to be seized by the Zimbabwean authorities. ayokinews.com reports

According to Prosecutor-General, Kumbirai Hodzi, the State is already finalizing legal actions for the confiscation of Ginimbi’s fancy automobiles.

“We are seeking a final order to forfeit quite expensive cars such as Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini from Genius Kadungure, the now deceased. During trials when he was still alive, there is one involving illegal importation of high performing, expensive cars.”

Prosecutor Hodzi, further stated that the State has proof of Ginimbi defrauding the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) of import duty.

“We have evidence from South Africa of the Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini of how much he paid on the South African side, how much he paid the manufacturers. We have evidence of how much he paid in duty when he brought them to the country and undervalued.”

“We were able to prove that he defrauded Zimra of duty and we simply impounded and made sure the cars were forfeited to the State.”

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The latest development comes more than 13 months after Genius Ginimbi Kadungure, died in a car accident in which two other occupants of his Rolls-Royce also died.

Ginimbi is said to have died on the scene after his speeding Rolls-Royce collided head-on with a Honda Fit. The two other occupants in his car, who were claimed to be foreigners, were said to have been completely burned out.

The prominent businessman from impoverished Zimbabwe was known for displaying his luxury cars on social media platforms before his untimely death.

Among the cars in his spectacular garage are Rolls-Royce Ghost, Range Rover, Bentley Bentayga, Rolls-Royce Wraith, and Bentley Continental GT.

A beautiful new Lamborghini Aventador was his most recent acquisition and was reported to have received the $417,826 supercar a month before his tragic death.

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