Who is Ginimbi Biography? Ginimbi Biography Bio/Wiki
Genius Kadungure, aka Ginimbi, was a famous socialite and businessman from Zimbabwe. He was also the founder and CEO of Pioneer Gases, a gas firm with interests in Botswana, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. He was also the owner (now known as Dreams Nightlife Bar) of Club Sankayi.
Ginimbi passed away on November 8, 2020. After being thrown from the vehicle that burst into flames after crashing, he died after a high-speed car crash in Harare. Moana, a fitness bunny, died in an accident, too, since she was one of the three in the car.
He was 36 years old.
At the age of 17, as he became a middleman securing gas for domestic consumers, Kadungure was said to have begun engaging in small business transactions.
Genius had a friend who worked in the offices of Angolan Airways, and he won his first contract easily through a friend. He would follow up on a variety of sales to gas consumers and see his fortunes changing.
He started driving within a year and he had a Mercedes Benz S Class two years later. He continued to set up Pioneer Gases, now part of the Piko Trading Company. The firm supplies the commercial, manufacturing, public and retail sectors with gas.
It was calculated that his net worth was between the US $10 million and the US $100 million. During the week ending 3 October 2020, he added a new US$ 600,000 worth of Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster to his luxury car fleet, which turned several heads in the capital of Zimbabwe, Harare.
Kadungure died in a road accident this morning that occurred in Harare along Borrowdale Road.
Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi, the national police spokesman, confirmed the unfortunate incident. Saviour Kasukuwere, the exiled former minister, also confirmed Ginimbi’s death.
Just watched Madam Boss’ live on Facebook and to think that an eye witness says Ginimbi was actually alive, tried to open the Rolls Royce doors to save the girls whilst they knocked burning alive until he ran short of breath is heartbreaking 💔 pic.twitter.com/6AfxeUvWY9
— Josey Mahachie🇿🇼 🇩🇪 (@MahachieJosey) November 8, 2020
One of his friends tweeted, “Another friend Gone … RIP GINIMBI ….. nothing else matters today make Una do Una worst”
Another friend Gone … RIP GINIMBI ….. nothing else matters today make Una do Una worst
— Davido (@davido) November 8, 2020
At the accident scene we spoke to Ginimbi’s business partner Dr Peter Gwaza, who described the accident as a horrible tragedy.
Three bodies are still in the Rolls Royce, as fire brigade is yet to retrieve them. pic.twitter.com/YjT4NjagCh
— The Herald Zimbabwe (@HeraldZimbabwe) November 8, 2020