- Grace Mugabe's eldest son has imported two Rolls-Royce limousines into Zimbabwe
- They are reported to cost millions
- Just like his mother, he is known for his lavish lifestyle
Grace Mugabe’s eldest son celebrated his acquisition of two Rolls-Royce limousines worth millions with friends and French champagne this past weekend.
The two luxury vehicles are valued at around R12 million (Ghc3,9m) and were delivered aboard a KLM aircraft at Harare International Airport last week.
Russell Goreraza is Grace's eldest son from her first marriage. His extravagance has caused uproar on social media, where it has been contrasted with the poverty most Zimbabweans face.
Goreraza is no newcomer to controversy. He reportedly has a dodgy past and a reputation for living lavishly together with his brothers Robert Jnr and Chatunga Bellarmine.
In 2015, he was fined $800 (Ghc3,4k) for culpable homicide after he ran over and killed a pedestrian.
It is believed Goreraza gets the money for this lavish lifestyle from his mother Grace, who reportedly receives payouts from the reserve bank in Zimbabwe.
This has angered a number of Zimbabwean MPs who have questioned the expenditure while the rest of the nation starves.
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