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GVE London Clears Air On The Controversial Rolls Royce Phantom Vehicle


GVE London Clears Air On The Controversial Rolls Royce Phantom Vehicle

Rolls Royce Phantom (File Image)


GVE London, United Kingdom’s top luxury vehicles supplier, has cleared air on the controversial Rolls Royce Phantom that recently torched a storm on social media.

Taking to social media, the vehicle distributor apologized over a viral social media video where one of its employees announced that a Zimbabwean minister had purchased a Rolls Royce Phantom.

In a statement, GVE London said the information shared by their employee that a £335 000 Rolls Royce Phantom had been bought by a Zimbabwean minister was incorrect.

The company alleges that the luxurious posh vehicle was actually sold to an ordinary Zimbabwean.

“GVE London would like to apologise for any misunderstanding caused by a recent video posted on our social media implying that a vehicle we recently sold was being sold to a Minister in Zimbabwe. This was incorrect, the employee that made the statement was not involved in the sale of the vehicle and did not know that this vehicle was actually being sold to a private individual. We apologise for any inconvenience caused,” the company said.


After GVE London took to microblogging site, Twitter , last week saying they were delivering the luxurious vehicle to one of their top clients in Zimbabwe who is a minister, there was speculation that it could be Youth deputy minister Tino Machakaire.

Deputy  Minister Machakaire has since refuted the claims saying he already has a Rolls Royce. He added that though he has the capacity to buy a Rolls Royce, the one filmed on the trending video did not belong to him.

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