Weh! This is going to be quite the debate! The late Reginald Abraham Mengi had a will drawn up before he passed on. In his will, he bequeathed the grand total of absolutely nothing to his wife, former singer Lynn!
Was he right in doing so or was he wrong? He left his wife out of his will and left everything to his twin sons and his son from a previous marriage. now, make no mistake about it, the children of his loins are all fully taken care and will probably want for nothing. However, the same cannot be said for the woman he shared a bed with until the day he died.
This has left his family in turmoil as they are now fighting the will tooth and nail. take a look at the will below. And shout out to The original east for this gem:
And just who was Reginald Mengi? Well, in life he was a Tanzanian billionaire businessperson, author of the book I Can, I Must, I Will, and a philanthropist. He was the Chairman of Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF), Confederation of Tanzania Industries, IPP Gold Ltd., Media Owners Association of Tanzania, Executive Chairman & Owner at IPP Ltd. (Tanzania) and Chairman of Handeni Gold, Inc Mengi had an estimated net worth of US$560 million as per Forbes richest people in Africa 2014. –Wikipedia
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