Ginimbi’s Family Reveals Why There Is No Ritual to Commemorate His Death

Family to the late socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure has revealed that they will not be holding any ceremony to commemorate his death this month.

Ginimbi died one year ago, when he had a head on-on collision along  Borrowdale Road on his way to Domboshava before his car caught fire and three other people died in the accident.

His family said due to the sacredness of the month of November, it is formidable to hold any functions.

In an interview with Ginimbi’s elder sister Juliet, she said it’s unfortunate that no commemorations  will be held to remember the popular socialite at least for this month.

“We don’t have anything tangible at the moment as we are still in the process of preparing his memorial.

“It’s very unfortunate,” she said.

November is regarded as the month of the goat, a sacred moon where neither marriages nor wedding ceremonies are held.

Traditionalist Sekuru Banda said, the Ginimbi family are right to respect the month of November, they can wait.

“Every country has its own beliefs and it should be followed.
“If you see a case of prophets who drowned, it’s because they did not respect some procedures.