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Zimbabwean Forced To Pay $58k More On Customs Duty After He Undervalued His New Bentley Continental GT




A Zimbabwean Man has been ordered to pay $58k more on customs duty after he undervalued his new Bentley Continental GT.


A Zimbabwean Socialite Genius Kadungure, popularly known as Ginimbi, has been ordered by High Court to pay an additional $58k in Customs Duty for his Bentley Continental GT.

The Businessman initially paid $82,450 in duty for his brand new Bentley Continental GT. However, upon reconciliation, it was discovered that he had undervalued his Bentley leading to an adjustment.

After the ruling was made last week Friday, Ginimbi’s lawyer, Mr Brighton Pabwe, who confirmed the development, said :

“Zimra did its reconciliations and my client Kadungure was ordered to top up duty by US$58, 469.09 Initially he had paid US$82, 450.

He added that :

“The car remains an embargo at his house until duty is paid before or by 24 January”

Ginimbi took delivery of the handcrafted Bentley Continental GT on January 5th 2020. It starts at £169,000 when purchased directly from the automaker.

Under the hood is a 6.0-liter W12 engine that produces a monstrous 626 horsepower. This engine allows a zero to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 207 mph.