By A Correspondent| Popular traditional healer Sekuru Banda has quashed claims that the late flamboyant businessman Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure used juju to make money, urging society to appreciate and speak positive about successful people.
Since Ginimbi’s death, social media has been awash with claims that the cocky businessman used juju to make money which ran into millions of United States dollars.
The young businessman had an expensive fleet which included but not limited to three Rolls Royce, two Lamborghinis and a Ferrari.
His Domboshawa house is valued at around USD$12 Million dollars.
But Sekuru Banda dismissed the juju claims as baseless and unjustified as his business journey has a traceable history.
“Ginimbi worked hard for his wealth and people should stop rubbishing his success and business acumenship.
“Lets learn to appreciate one of our own, Zimbabweans have this misconception that whoever gets rich, uses juju, that has to stop because it discourages a lot of young people from working hard.
“That is not how juju money works, its wrong for people to accuse him of using juju, young people should rather take lessons and not spend productive time on social media,” said Sekuru Banda.
The philanthropic traditional healer urged youths to work hard and be successful like the late Ginimbi.
“Young people should know that hard work brings success, nothing stops them from surpassing Ginimbi in terms of wealth, its all about attitude, as long as they think money comes from snakes and goblins, they will never feel the push to work,” added Sekuru Banda.
Kadungure started business at the age of 17 and at the time of his death, he had business operations in three countries namely Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa.