Jacqueline Ntuyabaliwe, the widow of the late Tanzanian billionaire Reginald Mengi has taken to social media to vent over what she termed as frustration from unspecified quarters.
According to the former Miss Tanzania, she and her twins have been sidelined and denied access to the late mogulâs grave.
Nimenyamaza kwa mengi sana tu.Mmefikia hatua ya kunizuia mimi na wanangu kuingia kwenye kaburi la mume wangu,tunafukuzwa eti mpaka tuombe ruhusa ya kuingia kwenye kaburi la mume na Baba wa watoto wangu!.Nimechoka,sitakubali kuendelea kuona wanangu wakisononeka na sitakaa kimya. pic.twitter.com/6wBm12R5bH
— Jacqueline N Mengi (@JNtuyabaliwe) February 22, 2020
Whilst the family of the deceased IPP Media Group owner have not responded to the claims, the allegations add a new twist into her relationship with Mengi and their extended family.
Mengi died in May 2019 while receiving treatment in Dubai weeks after they celebrated their 4th year anniversary. Mengi died in May 2019 while receiving treatment in Dubai weeks after they celebrated their 4th year anniversary.