By Lloyd Takawira
Zimbabwean teen motocross champion, Tanya Muzinda has challenged youths to fight for a better economy that benefits the whole nation, avoiding handouts from ‘clowns’.
This comes after videos surfaced online of youths mobbing controversial prophet, Passion Java’s car in various cities across the country pleading for alms.
Muzinda who has earned praise from high ranking political figures including MDC Alliance president, Nelson Chamisa, prominent journalist Hopewell Chin’ono appears pissed with the current administration which she has once described as ‘clueless’.
In her a recent biting social media post which appears aimed at Java wrote, “a few successful people in the middle of millions of poor youths is not a true success story , it’s a fraud .Youths don’t need miracle money & handouts ,they need a working economy where systems work for everyone.Youths fight for your own success not for Clowns.#RegisterToVoteZW”
She has also spoken against government’s silencing of dissenting voices.
“When you tear out a man’s tongue, you are not proving him a Liar, You are telling the World that you Fear what he might say!!.Paying Tribute to courageous young men and women who continue to raise awareness on critical issues despite the censorship, and torture .#Patriots”
In one of her social media post, MDC Alliance president Advocate Nelson Chamisa commented, “Well said Tanya. Yes, a working economy where systems work for everyone so vital. The young must rescue Our beautiful Zimbabwe!”
Of late she has also garnered the support and praise of prominent journalist Hopewell Chin’ono who described her and Namatai Kwekweza as the ‘young people who will rescue the nation’ mentioned by the late Zimbabwean Vice President, Joshua Nkomo.
Tanya Muzinda a biker whose love for the adrenaline field sport started when she was only five years old made history in 2017 when she won UK motocross championship.
To date the she has multiple awards under her belt.