The emergence of a young man claiming to be the son of the late Ginimbi, is it true or is he just a thief who covets his fortune?

The emergence of a young man claiming to be the son of the late Ginimbi, is it true or is he just a thief who covets his fortune?

The death of Zimbabwean businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure has opened a can of worms.

The emergence of a young man claiming to be the son of the late Ginimbi, is it true or is he just a thief who covets his fortune?

Not only is there an invested interest in his dealings and by the general public there’s also the matter of inheritance. the newest revelation is that he’s imagined to have fathered a son with a Gutu-based businesswoman.

According to the Sunday Mail, the late socialite had a toddler with Ms. Miyedzo Madondo back in 2011. The Kadungure family for its part claims to possess no knowledge of this and is refuting any claims to the contrary. Noone in Ginimbi’s family recognizes Miyedzo Madondo and her son.

His father Anderson Kadungure had this to say:

“As far as I do know, Genius didn’t leave behind any children. I heard through rumors that he had children everywhere, but I used to be never introduced to any of his children,”

Ginimbi’s brother Clemence Kadungure says he doesn’t know of any child as none we delivered to Ginimbi while he was still alive.

While some might say this is often a really convenient time to say this in light of the shortage of a will at the time of Ginimbi’s death, however, Ms. Madondo says she is extremely comfortable and doesn’t want Gimimbi’s money

“I was born into a family with everything that I needed, so we are OK. Please just leave us alone,” she said.

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The only woman the family knows and accepts is his ex-wife Ms. Zodwa Mkandla.

“I met him when he was 23 and it had been in 2006. We were just friends then but he, later on, asked me out and that we started dating in 2009; this was after three years of friendship,” Ms. Mkandla told The Sunday Mail a fortnight ago week.

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