Tourist bullied by MDC Alliance trolls

by | Oct 3, 2021 | Local News | 0 comments

Staff writer


Kenyan travel Blogger and Content creator; Mercyline Masanya also known as the African Tigress came out guns blazing on Twitter yesterday ( October 2, 2021) exposing how the Anti-Zimbabwe elements have been trolling her after she refused to weaponise her content against Zimbabwe .


Masanya, who has been in the country since August 2021 for her travel blog made it clear to the trolls that her content niche is tourism and she will not pick sides.


She tweeted that “And about the airport incident, I wasn’t looking for sympathy. I was sharing my experience. In a similar manner I shared my border experience in West Africa. If the support you offered was genuine, why would you attack me when I share beautiful stories places & experience”.



“I have come to realize that my experience was being used as a weapon to fight your wars! If you watch my channel you probably see the kind of content I make in every country. Why get mad when I do similar content in Zimbabwe to the point of attacking me?” she quipped.



“Why would you want me to highlight poverty and struggles as if there’s no poor people everywhere? Why do you want me to change the niche of my content to suit your interests! I HAD TO SAY IT ALL”, she added.


Out of more than 20 African countries that she has toured in the last two years, the African Tigress has fallen in love with Zimbabwe, describing it as “the most beautiful country with warm hearted people.”


The split personality of the toxic Anti-Zimbabwe group on twitter has been driving an agenda to make Zimbabwe ungovernable following the defeat of the MDC Alliance during the 2018 harmonised elections.


This movement has been amplifying any negative news about Zimbabwe with an exaggerated spin on any identified Government failures or mistakes.


In reality, the Government has implemented tangible reforms under the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) and its successor the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1).


If the nation continues on this positive economic trajectory, the target of achieving an upper-middle-income status will be realised by 2030.