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I left my country with just $200 – Vimbai Mutinhiri tells her Story in new Motivational Series ‘Veelosophy’

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TV producer, media personality, and entrepreneur, Vimbai Mutinhiri, is giving the world a never-before-seen insight into her struggles, disappointments, and triumphs in her new self-produced series, Veelosophy.

According to her:

You have to find your purpose. You have to find that thing that is worth waking up in the morning for

In the campaign photos for the new series, Vimbai looks stunning and very confident. Rocking a yellow jumpsuit and boxing gloves ready to tackle all obstacles life throws her way.

See the photos


Watch the sneak peek of the series below

Credits
Hair and makeup: Tsepo Kgapane
Styling: Sindile Dudumashe | @sindilexo
Outfit: Toju Foyeh | @tojufoyeh
Boxing gloves: Eden Lifestyle | @eden.lifestyle
Photographer: Reze Bonna Photo | @rezebonna
Location: Randpark Golf Club, Joburg

8 Comments

  1. Jay

    August 18, 2017 at 4:40 pm

    Congratulations! You left your country and made money, found success and a name for yourself in a country which you once publicly hated terribly. That’s one thing with some of you non-Africans, you hate everything about Nigeria and yet can’t help but want to get involved consciously or unconsciously with Nigeria. If I remember correctly, you openly expressed your hatred for Nigeria when you were in Big Brother in 2011. I’m sure you’re matured and you’ve learnt from it and other people have learnt from your mistakes. Keep soaring!

  2. capt. Jack

    August 18, 2017 at 5:05 pm

    thank God i’m not the only one who remembers how vimbai hated Nigerians in the big brother house… i hope your success humbles you because we will never forget..please leave naija and go back to wherever you came from….ode ni

  3. Ec

    August 18, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    She not only hated Nigerians but also bragged about being from a wealthy family.

    Never liked her

    • Sunshiney

      June 26, 2018 at 12:04 pm

      But she is from a wealthy, political family in Zimbabwe so not buying her “struggle” story.

  4. Buzz

    August 18, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    It’s amazing how people tell lies just to pull heart strings. I do not blame her but the Nigerian environment that openly embraces all other Nationalities at the detriment of their own. The laws and industry network so tight knit in Southern Africa that breaking in in near impossible. Don’t believe me try it

  5. Oma

    August 18, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    Imagine this girl …SMH. thought she claimed to be the daughter of diplomats who had been all over the world….according to her story in BB house. Plus her hatred of Nigeria …..Now it’s that she left home with $200. …and the same Nigerian’s are listening to her Veelosophy. No be ya fault, Vimbai, you hear? Blame us Naija people who like to accommodate assorted …msxheeeww…yeye dey smell

  6. olorire

    August 21, 2017 at 3:12 am

    well from info online her parents were diplomats!! she cannot say she did not have money then….ko possible

  7. Yemi

    August 21, 2017 at 10:13 am

    Vimbayi…. and all other southern africans that dislike Nigeria but we welcome you all to Nigeria with open arms. We can never forget what you said in BB – yet here are, our country na your playground!

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