Property of unknown value stolen from late Billionaire Reginald Mengi’s palatial home, days after his burial




Property of unknown value is reported to have been stolen from late billionaire Reginald Mengi’s palatial home, a few days after his burial.

According to the report by Tanzanian newspaper Mwananchi, unknown people stole jewelry made of gold, an unknown amount of money and a Laptop from different rooms in the palatial home.


The stolen property according to the reports belong to the family members and friends who are still at Mengi’s Machame home.

This comes a few days after Dr Reginald Mengi was laid to rest.

Tanzanian Billionaire and philanthropist Reginald Abraham Mengi died while undergoing treatment in Dubai.


At the time of his death, Mengi was a renowned businessman and the Chairman of Confederation of Tanzania Industries, IPP Gold Ltd, Media Owners Association of Tanzania, Executive Chairman & Owner at IPP Ltd. and Chairman of Handeni Gold.

The media mogul through his IPP Media Group owns 11 newspapers, radio and television stations as well as internet properties.

He also owns Bonite Bottlers, the sole bottler of Coca-Cola products in the northern region of Tanzania.



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