“Take time to mourn me, everybody should wear white to my burial” – Ginimbi’s sister, Juliet reveals his last wishes before his death (Video)

November 12, 2020
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Juliet Kadungure, sister of late Zimbabwean socialite Ginimbi who died in an accident on Sunday, November 8th, has revealed that he made some dying wishes before his death.

According to her, the deceased businessman had given specific instructions regarding his burial and planning of his funeral.

Juliet disclosed that it’s Ginimbi’s wish that his family takes time to mourn his death, and even more time in the planning of his funeral.

She also disclosed that her late brother instructed that the attendees of his funeral should all be dressed in white. And all his friends abroad should be allowed to arrive home to pay their final respects to him before he gets buried.

It was gathered that, the all-white dress code is Ginimbi’s trademark dressing for all the lavish parties he hosted while he was alive.

In fulfilling his dying wish, his family has scheduled an all-white party to come-off on Saturday in his mansion in Domboshava.

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