This follows Tuesday reports that bullet holes were found on Ginimbi’s burnt Rolls Royce, suggesting that he and his friends were allegedly shot at.
It was also reported that the personal belongings of the millionaire including wallets, shoes, phones, and other things he had on him were robbed immediately after the crash.
Ginimbi (36) died when his Rolls Royce Wraith vehicle collided head-on with a Honda Fit while driving back to his Domboshava home in the company of Limumba Karim, from Malawi, socialite Mitchel “Moana” Amuli and Alichia Adams.
They were coming from Moana’s 26th birthday party at Ginimbi’s Club Dreams, formerly Sankayi in Harare’s avenues area. They all perished in the accident.
There were also allegations that Karim was wanted in Malawi in connection with a US$30m money-laundering case.
According to Malawi publication Nyasa Times, Karim was a fugitive, wanted in connection with the country’s biggest corruption scandal.
Zimbabwean National Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi told Zimbabwean publication NewsDay that investigations are still ongoing.
“We are still conducting our investigations, keep checking with us tomorrow,” he added.
Meanwhile Ginimbi would be buried on Saturday at his mansion which is set to be turned into a hotel according to his wish, says his brother and family spokesperson Darlington Kadungure.