ONE of the late Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure’s workers has prayed for the family to sit down and agree to give life to the socialite’s vast formal and informal businesses believed to have created employment for a number of youth.
A number of youth employed by Ginimbi are expected to lose jobs by the sudden death of the socialite and businessman.
“Mdara zvemazita edu kwete asi munamato wedu ndewekuti hama dza Ginimbi, legend wedu, dzisarega mabhizinisi ake achifa nekuti iye angaararamisa vakawanda nekuvapa mabasa,” said one of the workers.
“It is my prayer and I want to believe it has been answered considering positive results we are witnessing from series of meetings that started on the tragic day,” said the worker.
Meanwhile, a leading tabloid reports that late Genius ‘Ginimbi’ had constructed a fuel filling station at his homestead.
The almost finished fuel station was part of Ginimbi’s plans to turn his mansion into a hotel.
Ginimbi’s body was finally laid to rest few meters away from the unfinished filling station.
Family members and friends are praying Ginimbi’s plans do not die with him.
Last week, Ginimbi’s relatives and other beneficiaries of his estate unanimously accepted an unsigned will recently filed at the Master of High Court, which gives “Kit Kat”, a friend to the deceased, the newly acquired Lamborghini.
All other assets were placed in a Trust, under which will be the bulk of the assets, including the Domboshava mansion, cars and companies.
The mansion will be converted into a hotel.
Ginimbi’s father, according to the will, is entitled to 10 percent of funds generated by the Trust, while Ginimbi’s sisters – Nelia and Juliet — will get 60 percent and 30 percent respectively. – Wires ■