New reports received concerning the death of Zimbabwean socialite and businessman Ginimbi real name Genius Kadungure indicates he bought a coffin a week before his death.
According to ZimbabweMail, the casket was allegedly found in one of his spare bedrooms.
It’s strange to know he bought a well and fine decorated coffin and placed it in a spare room in his multi-million mansion just before he dies in the fatal accident. Did he know his time was due?.
As it was reported by us, Ginimbi Kadungure died when his speeding Rolls Royce collided head-on with a Honda Fit, veered off the road and hit a tree before bursting into flames.
Three other people – Limumba Karim, Alichia Adams and Mimie Moana – also died in the crash.
An eyewitness who was one of the first responders at the scene of the accident has recounted the incident leading up to their death.
The man who spoke to national broadcaster ZBC News, said he arrived at the scene after hearing a loud bang from his house.
The eyewitness revealed that the socialite’s friends died after the car exploded shortly after they stepped back. He disclosed that Ginimbi was alive for 5 minutes before his death.
The beholder further said they managed to pull Ginimbi from the remains of his Rolls Royce and tried to help another lady who was screaming for help.
He said as they tried pulling out the lady from her seat belt, an “officer” got burnt in the hand.
Witness Danny Kuwanga, another eyewitness gave his account on what he saw prior to the sad incident.
“It happened in front of my eyes. He was speeding. He first overtook me and as he tried to overtake a second vehicle, that’s when he crashed into the Honda Fit driving the opposite way,” Kuwanga said.
Kuwanga said he was joined by three other men and they pulled Kadungure away from the vehicle which was now burnt to ashes.
“The girls didn’t make it out. They were just crying inside the burning car. We couldn’t do anything,” he added.
However, the Honda Fit car that got involved in the accident with Ginimbi survived the crash but is said to be in shock.