Following the death of the socialite Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure, his family accepted the unsigned will, after it emerged that Ginimbi did not have any signed will. The Kadungure family accepted the unsigned document as the official last will and testament of Ginimbi and appointed an executor to distribute his estate.
In the unsigned will, Ginimbi’s friend Nomatter Zinyengere also popularly known as Kit Kat was set to inherit Ginimbi’s top-of-the-range Lamborghini vehicle. However, three months down the line, Kit Kat still hasn’t been given access to the Lamborghini.
iHarare has established that there is growing contention in sorting out the estate of late businessman and socialite Genius Kadungure as his family is reluctant to surrender the Lamborghini vehicle which was bequeathed to Kit Kat in the unsigned will filed with the Master of High Court.
“Our client is keen to have his inheritance released from the residue of the estate and is requesting that same be done through the first interim distribution account, a copy of which we are also requesting to inspect.
“Furthermore, our client is willing to pay the estate liabilities and related costs for his inheritance and to that end may you kindly issue us an invoice for settlement,” reads the letter.
However, the family of the late socialite is allegedly now reluctant to hand over the Lamborghini to Kit Kat claiming that his necessary verifications of identity are incomplete.
The family has reportedly hired a lawyer in a bid to try and overturn the unsigned will they had submitted to the Master of the High Court as they claim that they were unduly influenced and pressured to accept it by their executioner Patricia Darangwa.
We are instructed that before, and in the morning of November 25 2020, you (Ms Darangwa) unduly influenced the family to accept the ‘will’ and threatened that if the family chose to reject the will and your executorship, they would have tarnished your reputation as a lawyer and you were prepared to sue them and subject the estate to unwanted delays even all the way up to the Supreme Court,” reads part of the letter from the family lawyer to Darangwa.
Darangwa however, denied unduly influencing the family to accept the unsigned will, stating that the family was happy with the contents of the unsigned will.
Meanwhile, following the wrangle, Darangwa has since published a notice in the Press inviting interested parties to inspect the initial distribution account, which does include the proposed transfer of the vehicle to Zinyengere and submit any objections.