Zodwa Mkandla Reveals That Ginimbi Left Some Huge Bills As She Demands Missing Bentley
Prominent businesswoman and socialite Zodwa Mkandla has stated that the late Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure left behind huge bills which need to be paid for.
Zodwa demanded that the ‘missing’ Bentley Continental GT should be returned and registered as part of Ginimbi’s estate as she made the claims.
The businesswoman’s lawyers wrote a letter to Nomatter Zintengerere who was Ginimbi’s long-time friend, demanding that the car should be surrendered within 5 days. The lawyers alleged that the Bentley Continental GT supercar is currently under Kit Kat’s custody in South Africa.
Zodwa speaking to local publication H-Metro, emphasised on the fact that all of Ginimbi’s assets need to be included in his estate to make sure that all the outstanding bills are settled first.
“People think that the cars that Genius left and all the other things are his net worth not realising that there are some huge bills that are outstanding and would need to be cleared first.
“That is why everything that Genius left must be included in the estate and outstanding bills are settled before anyone can benefit. People, including his friends, should not hurry to lay claim to any of his properties before due processes.
Zodwa is the only person who has more authority over Ginimbi’s affairs who was a business associate and close confidante of the late socialite.
Sometime back, Zodwa was engaged to the late businessman and the couple was christened “Ginizo” by the local media. The businesswoman, who was famously known as Mai Ginimbi in social circles, later revealed that the two had ended their relationship. However, she continued to say that despite the break-up, there was no bad blood between them and that they remained very close.
The flamboyant businessman and party goer died in November when his Rolls Royce Wraith was involved in a high-speed crash which then led to the super vehicle bursting into flames. The doors failed to open which led to the death of the socialite Michelle “Mimi Moana” Amuli and two other associates.