Ginimbi’s manager on rumors’ of coffin mysteriously disappearing
Shaleen Manhire Nullens, who was the business manager to the late businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure for over seven years, has finally spoken out following rumors of mysterious incidents at the late socialite’s grave.
Nullens, who is professionally known as Ms Shally in entertainment and social circles, categorically refuted rumours that the coffin of the late socialite and entrepreneur is being reburied every single day.
Ginimbi was buried at his palatial mansion in Domboshawa after he died in a horrific crash in November when his Rolls Royce Wraith went off the road and exploded after colliding with a Honda Fit. Socialite Mimi Moana, who was celebrating her birthday, also perished with two other colleagues in the fiery crash.
Following Ginimbi’s death, Zimbabwe and South Africa social media were inundated with discussions on occultism, particularly the purported use of snakes and juju to become wealthy.
Controversial and outspoken social media personality Tatelicious Karigambe-Sandberg seems to have taken the conspiracies a notch higher.
The outspoken United Kingdom-based personality made a Facebook post in which she suggested that Ginimbi’s coffin is mysteriously appearing next to the grave every single morning. She also claimed that the businessman’s sister, Nelia Kadungure, is now having a torrid time reburying the coffin as well as feeding some purported snakes.
In a controversial post on Facebook, Tatelicious wrote,”Hanzi every morning at 6am, Bhokisi ra My Guy rinenge riri pa Dura Wall. Nelia apfidza nekurifushira mugomba pakarepo. Fidha Nyoka Nelia, dzine ken’azi,” she said.
(Some are saying that every morning at 6, My Guy’s coffin will be next to the Dura Wall. Nelia is having a hard time reburying the coffin. Nelia, make sure to feed the snakes, they are famished.)
The post, as well as other rumours, did not go down well with Ms Shally, who furiously called on people to stop spreading false news as it is harmful to the families of the deceased.
She also refuted all allegations about mysterious happenings at the grave and the occult, insisting that Ginimbi had been a successful business.
Writing on Instagram stories, Ms Shally said: ‘Stop spreading fake news, there is no such thing. I know Ginimbi was loved by many and also hated by many mainly for working hard to achieve his dream, he created his own successful career.
Let his family be at peace and stop creating such false news.
This world would be a better place if we all respected each other.