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'Charming Statesman': Morgan Tsvangirai Among Africa‘s Popular ‘Blessers’

The face of Zimbabwe opposition, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai was recently shortlisted as one of the most famous 'Blessers in Afri...

The face of Zimbabwe opposition, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai was recently shortlisted as one of the most famous 'Blessers in Africa by a dating site.'  

The newly established social media page where women (Blessees) – mostly young – are matched with rich 'benefactors' (Blessers) - in exchange for se.xual favours - spent the better part of yesterday poking fun at Tsvangirai, posting his images with women, attaching them with hilarious posts.

The Blesserfinder administrators first posted Tsvangirai’s ‘legend of the park’ image and asked followers if they wanted Tsvangirai to be the face of Blessers. 
'Zimbabwe's Most Famous Blesser' 

On the picture taken in Gweru about three months ago, the MDC-T leader was captured at a leisure spot, having fun with scantily dressed women.

“We are thinking of making this former African politician the face of Blessers. What do you think bakwethu,” questioned Blesserfinder administrators on Twitter. In response, some were for the idea while others simply said Tsvangirai was a retired Blesser.

As if that was not enough, later on in the day, another photo of Tsvangirai with a woman again was posted on Twitter. This time, it was the ‘legend of the seas’ image where Tsvangirai was captured in Seychelles on baecation with South African – Nosipho Regina Shilubane. 

The post was accompanied by a tweet: “No woman is beyond your reach gentleman. You are just broke,” suggesting that an otherwise, not so handsome Tsvangirai attracted beautiful women because of the blessings they stand to get.

Unfortunately, probably due to the fact that most Blesserfinder followers are active on Facebook rather than the sophisticated Twitter platform, there were not much comments on the Tsvangirai posts on Twitter. 

Most who commented on Facebook said they did not want Tsvangirai to be Blesserfinder’s cover photo.

For the past couple of weeks, Blesserfinder social media page administrators have been requesting followers to come up with profile and cover picture ideas which would be used on the site’s various Blesserfinder pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. - The Chronicle

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