Grace Mugabe’s eldest son celebrated his acquisition of two Rolls Royce vehicles worth millions with friends and French champagne during the weekend.
NAIJ.com has learned from a number of sources that the 2 luxury vehicles, valued at around R12 million, were delivered aboard a KLM aircraft at Harare International Airport last week.
According to reports, the two Rolls-Royce limos were imported by Russell Goreraza, Grace Mugabe’s eldest son from her first marriage. The arrival of the cars was greeted with a large celebration, seemingly without any regard for the gross levels of suffering Zimbabwe's people are going through.
Goreraza is no newcomer to controversy, however, with a dodgy past and a reputation for living comfortably‚ it is no stretch to understand why brothers Robert Jnr and Chatunga have had their fair share of run-ins with the law.
In 2015, he was fined $800, or face two months in jail after he ran over and killed a pedestrian.
It is believed Goreraza gets the money for this lavish lifestyle from his mother Grace. This has angered a number of Zimbabwean MP's who have balked at the expenditure, questioning how one man can have so much for doing so little, while the rest of the nation starves.
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Meanwhile, acting President Yemi Osinbajo delivers a speech on the Biafra war