THE late Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure’s two sisters, Nelia and Juliet, have been jointly appointed as executors to his estate.
The family convened a meeting at the Master of High Court yesterday, following a recent High Court ruling, which declared his unsigned will, and appointment of its executor, as null and void.
Ginimbi’s father, Anderson Kadungure, and his uncle Kenny Mubaiwa, also attended the meeting.
Prior to the High Court challenge, a questionable will had appointed Patricia Darangwa to be the executor while Ginimbi’s Lamborghini was given to his friend Kit Kat.
As it now stands Ginimbi died intestate (without a will).
“The family yesterday convened an edict meeting in compliance with what was ordered by the court, in order to restart the whole process and register the late Genius Kadungure’s estate. His father, two
sisters and uncle attended the meeting and it was agreed that the siblings jointly perform duties of executor,” said the family lawyer, Shingi Ushewekunze.
Ushewekunze said the family will now start a fresh process.
“Now, the family, through the two sisters, will begin the normal administration of the estate and share the wealth as they wish.
“The court ruled in their favour and it is now on record that Ginimbi died without a will,” said Ushewekunze.
The socialite died on November 8, 2020, after his Rolls Royce collided with a Honda Fit, along Liberation Legacy Way.
Three other occupants including Moana, and two foreigners Alishia and Karim, were burnt beyond recognition, after the doors of the Rolls Royce jammed.
Days after the incident, Darangwa presented an unsigned and undated will, purported to belong to Ginimbi.
Darangwa became an executor to the estate.
The family approached the High Court, seeking a review of the Master of High Court’s decision to accept the will, when Darangwa was keen to dispose of the Lamborghini to Kit Kat.
According to the family, Ginimbi owned various properties, including a mansion in Domboshava and a company called Infinity Gas, which operates in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Botswana.
The late socialite also owned an undisclosed number of vehicles.