Here is a closer look into Wicknell Chivhayo’s expensive Stonechart Lane Quinnington, Harare mansion.
Wicknell Chivayo, famously known as Boss Chivayo, turned heads in Zimbabwe after showing off his expensive mansion.
Besides his mansion in Stonechart Lane Quinnington, Chivayo owns several expensive houses in Harare.
He gained fame by flaunting his expensive mansion and fleet of six all-white imported luxury vehicles worth over a million.
The 40-year-old Zimbabwean controversial businessman also gained prominence after winning large government tenders.
Wicknell Chivayo is also well known for his controversial involvement in illegal activity.
WICKNELL CHIVHAYO’S EXPENSIVE MANSION
Popularly known for his lavish lifestyle, Chivayo shared photos of his expensive house on his Instagram account.
We got a good look at the massive mansion through his Instagram feeds.
There is no doubt that Wicknell Chivayo remains one of the finest expensive mansions in Zimbabwe.
With its ten bedrooms, the excessive triple-story mansion felt like a maze.
The mansion looks very attractive with its outdoor play area, swimming pool, and tennis ball court.
Its entrance has a sweeping staircase and high ceilings, giving it a sense of majesty.
The mansion, constructed from premium building materials, also features lavish décor.
Boss Chivayo’s house has a variety of upscale amenities.
His expensive mansion showed that Chivayo surrounded himself with the finer things in life.
WICKNELL CHIVAYO’S CONTROVERSIES
Many Zimbabweans doubted Wicknell Chivayo’s sources of income because of his background.
Chivayo was once arrested for fraud and money laundering.
Wicknell was involved in the Gwanda solar tender scandal. However, the US$5,6 million corruption saga exposed top government officials.
Chivayo shared a video of himself praising the current Zimbabwean treasury boss, Mthuli and calling the former Finance Minister Tendai Biti a foolish guy. His video went viral.
In his video, Chivayo claimed that Zimbabwe’s currency is now stable. He angered Zimbabweans suffering because of the country’s current economy.