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Controversy follows Mugabe to the grave, as inheritance Will disappears.

by BustopTV

By Lloyd Takawira

Zimbabwe’s founding President, late Cde Robert Mugabe, continues to hog the limelight even months after passing on.

Famed for his accumulation wealthy during his long rein, Mugabe at one time was rumoured to be amongst the richest man in the world.

This week the nation was anticipating when news that his wealth was going to be laid bare .

However, the late nonagenarian’s life which was entangled with a lot of controversy continued yesterday with the family members saying they have failed to locate his inheritance will.

The development has prompted the Master of High Court to call for an edict meeting this week to appoint an executor.

Mrs Bona Nyepudzai Mutsahuni-Chikore had notified the Master’s Office on October 21 and disclosed that her father had US$10 million in a CBZ Bank Nostro account and a number of immovable and movable properties.
The properties declared by Mrs Mutsahuni-Chikore are:
House Number 129 Forbes Road, Waterfalls
Villa Number 65, Gunhill
Number 27 Quorn Avenue, Mt Pleasant
Lot GB Helensvale and
Lot 1 of subdivision B of Sub G of Helensvale
Highfield Farm
Zvimba rural farming plot (about 5 acres)
Zvimba rural home (one hectare)
Zvimba orchard (about five acres)
10 cars
Mrs Grace Mugabe was listed as the sole surviving spouse while Bona, Robert, Bellarmine and Russel Goreraza were listed as Cde Mugabe’s surviving children.
The Mugabe family lawyer Mr Terrence Hussein of Hussein Ranchod & Company wrote to the Master of High Court Mr Eldard Mutasa asking him to register the death of Cde Mugabe.
Mr Hussein indicated that no will had been found and messages had already been sent to other law firms in town to establish if the late former President had not left a will.
“Kindly register the estate. Thus far, we have not been able to locate a will, but have sent out enquiries to other law firms, although the family members are not aware of any.
“In this regard, perhaps the estate may be treated as intestate for now,” reads the letter.
To that end, the Master’s Office has invited the Mugabe family members and their lawyers to an edict meeting on Thursday to discuss the appointment of an executor.

Legal experts said the initial inventory by the informant at the registration of the estate can be tinkered with at any stage

The tinkering process to Mugabe wealth could have been done to create an impression that the late nongenerian had no vast wealth as has been reported .

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1 comment

Harabhu December 3, 2019 - 5:46 pm

English isn’t easy fo sure

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