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Businessman From Poverty-striken Zimbabwe Turn Heads With New Lamborghini Worth ₦290m

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Twitter users blasts businessman from poverty-striken Zimbabwe after splashing out ₦290m on new Lamborghini supercar.

Users thinks the money spent on buying luxury cars could be used in helping the needy and feeding the poor.

The Lamborghini Aventador joins his impressive collection of luxury cars worth ₦2b in Naira money.

Cars in his garage includes Rolls-Royce Ghost, Range Rover, Bentley Bentayga, Rolls-Royce Wraith and Bentley Continental GT.





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Popular businessman from poverty-stricken Zimbabwe, Genius Kadungure, popularly known as Ginimbi, has splashed out ₦290 million on a new Lamborghini Aventador supercar.

The supercar collectior has taken to his official twitter page to show off his new Lamborghini Aventador. Ginimbi captioned the post with : “My new toy”

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The Lamborghini joins his already impressive collection of luxury cars worth over ₦2 billion in Naira money.

Cars in his garage includes Rolls-Royce Ghost, Range Rover, Bentley Bentayga, Rolls-Royce Wraith and Bentley Continental GT.

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But twitter users mainly from his poverty-stricken country Zimbabwe thinks the money spent on buying cars could be used to help the needy.

A user, @masimbatauya, tweeted:

“Congratulations brother, remember Zim needs proper investments. You can rescue many from this pungent poverty by employing more people expanding your businesses.”

Another user, @mbele_phillip, wrote :

“Our problems start by celebrating people when we don’t know how they make money.”

Ginimbi latest acquisition comes few months after a High Court ordered him to pay an additional $58k in Customs Duty for undervaluing his new Bentley Continental GT.





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