One Of Malawi’s Most Wanted Fugitives Died In Ginimbi Car Crash
9 November 2020
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Paul Nyathi

Limumba Karim.

One of the three people killed with Genius Kadungure, Ginimbi, in a horror accident on Sunday was a highly wanted Malawian fugitive of the notorious Cashgate scandal in Malawi.

Limumba who was a businessman escaped Malawi several years ago in the middle of the K2.4 billion cashgate trial where he was one of the money laundering suspects.

The suspect fled to South Africa and the Malawian government had been talking to South Africa on plans to extradite him.

In the early hours of Sunday, Limumba was together with 36-year-old Zimbabwean socialite and businessman as well as two women in Ginimbi’s Roll Royce when they were involved in the horror accident.

The women have been identified as Alicia Adams, a model, and a fitness trainer, Michelle.

The fugitive had been posting pictures on social media, including Instagram, partying in South Africa and there is one he is in the company of rapper Tay Grin and location on the post showed Taboo Night Club.

Limumba is facing charges alongside Mphwiyo and others, including civil servants such as former Accountant General David Kandoje, Auzius Kazombo Mwale, Clemence Mmadzi and Roosevelt Ndovi. The list of suspects also includes contractors.

Others are George Banda, Michael Mphatso, Samuel Mzanda who are facing charges of fraud, negligence by public office, money laundering, theft by public servant, theft by servant and conspiracy to defraud government funds amounting to K2 446 817 450.49.

Ginimbi’s speeding Rolls-Royce veered off the road and hit a tree before going up in flames.

Eyewitnesses managed to pull out Ginimbi’s body but the fire burnt the vehicle killing the three passengers.

“The Zimbabwe Republic Police would like to confirm the death of four people that included Genius Kadungure in a fatal road traffic accident along Borrowdale Road.

“Three people were burnt when the vehicle caught fire after it clashed with a Honda Fit head-on as the driver overtook another car near Philadelphia,” said police spokesperson assistant commissioner Paul Nyathi.