Chidyausiku leaves million dollar estate to children, excludes 2nd wife from will

The late Retired Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku’s widow Ms Farai Kunaka is set to walk away empty handed after the late national hero left the whole estate to his children according to a will that will be executed by Harare lawyer Mr Aston Musunga of Musunga Law Chambers.

Chidyausiku left his 50% of a property in Highlands worth $750 000 which he co-owned with his first wife Ms Mary Chidyausiku to his two sons Tirivangani and Tadzimirwa Chidyausiku. He also gave the household property to the sons. The late chief justice left his two daughters Tendai and Chipo Chidyausiku a property on Stand Number 2371 Bluffhill Township of 2253 Bluffhill Township. He had allocated the property to Ms Kunaka in 2010 before he changed his mind in 2014.

He also left his son Tirivangani a farm, Arusha/Chifambi, which is in Goromonzi district. According to the will, the rest of the property should be shared equally among his 11 children.

More: Herald

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