After a long conflict between the government and Limumba Karim, his arrest and his escape from them was killed in a terrible accident.

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After a long conflict between the government and Limumba Karim, his arrest and his escape from them was killed in a terrible accident.

More details still emerge because the world involves terms with Ginimbi’s fatal car accident.

After a long conflict between the government and Limumba Karim, his arrest and his escape from them was killed in a terrible accident.

It seems Karim, the opposite deceased passenger who was within the car with him, was wanted by the Malawian government for one of the most important fraud cases within the history of the country since 2013.

According to NyasaTimes, Karim was a fugitive from justice and was wanted for fraud involving US$2.6 million. Limumba who escaped justice from Malawi and was hiding in South Africa.

His bail was revoked in January 2017 and a bench warrant issued after he did not attend court.

“I would really like to discharge myself from this case as counsel for seventh accused person Mr. Limumba Karim,” his lawyer Wapona Kita told the Lilongwe supreme court at the time as he renounced agency.

“I can’t get got of him. I don’t know where he’s, he’s out of reach and since there’s no word from him I can’t continue standing here representing him without communication once I don’t know his whereabouts,”

Malawi government was demanding Karim’s extradition from South Africa.

The accident occurred along Harare’s Legacy Way (formerly Borrowdale Road) because the four returned from a birthday celebration for one Mitchelle ‘Moana’ Umali who was also within the vehicle and died on the spot. the opposite two victims are identified as Lumumba Karim of Malawi and one Alichia from Mozambican, both said to be friends of Ginimbi, the flamboyant Zimbabwean multi-millionaire.
Lumumba Karim is reportedly survived by three children, one in South Africa, a newly born in Mozambique, and one in Malawi.

His remains are expected to be repatriated to Malawi for burial.