Karim Lumumba Can Finally Be Laid To Rest

He finally gets buried today

By  | Nov 22, 2020, 09:06 AM  | Limumba Karim  | Top of The

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While still alive, he lived a lavish life of parties and driving supercars, he was surrounded by rich friends who had no problems with living the high life. Karim Lumumba was one of Malawi's most-wanted fugitives before his tragic death, he fled Malawi only to return in a casket.

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Karim Cazal's remains have reportedly been issued to his family after they had to wait a few weeks for the Malawian authorities to confirm who he is. Karim, better known as Karim Lumumba, was burnt beyond recognition after the horrific crash that took the lives of Genius Ginimbi, Moana and Alichia in Zimbabwe earlier this month. Karim's family confirmed that his remains were released with a Burial by Order which was issued by the authorities after they conducted DNA tests to confirm Karim's body.

Prior to his remains being repatriated Karim Cazal's remains were held at the Funeral Home, thereafter preparations to have him transported from Harare, Zimbabwe to his homeland of Chiradzulu in Malawi went underway.

The accident happened after they left Ginimbi's nightclub after a celebration of Moana's birthday party. Before they went out, he had taken to his Instagram to give a preview of what was about to go down.

“Guys, it’s time to go out, it’s gonna be going down. We’re going to Dreams (nightclub) in the next few minutes, it’s gonna be going down. It’s Moana’s birthday, we’re going to pop champagne, it’s gonna be champagne showers tonight, see you there,”

Karim was a fugitive from justice, wanted in connection with the country’s biggest corruption scandal, according to NyasaTimes. Lumumba escaped justice from Malawi and was based in South Africa as he was answering a case together with former Budget Director Paul Mphwiyo over-involvement in the cash-gate scandal, the biggest corruption scandal in Malawi’s history that took place in 2013. Businessman Lumumba had faced money laundering charges related to the scandal involving US$2.6 million before he escaped justice and was reportedly based in South Africa.

Limumba was facing charges alongside Mphwiyo and others, including civil servants such as former Accountant General David Kandoje, Auzius Kazombo Mwale, Clemence Mmadzi, and Roosevelt Ndovi. The list of suspects also includes contractors. Others are George Banda, Michael Mphatso, Samuel Mzanda who are facing charges of fraud, negligence by public office, money laundering, theft by a public servant, theft by servant, and conspiracy to defraud government funds amounting to K2 446 817 450.49.

Also charged is an expert in information technology (IT) Steve Likhunya Phiri. Others are Stafford Mpoola, Andrew Patrick Chilalika, Fatch Chungano, Cecilia Mervis Ng’ambi, Gerald Magaleta Phiri, and Ndaona Satema.

The family issued a statement to confirm that his final burial date will be on Sunday the 22nd of November 2020.

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