All hope is not lost for Selmor’s deleted Facebook fan page

The Chronicle

Showbiz reporter

Selmor Mtukudzi, who saw her Facebook fan page deleted by thieves following a crush and seizure incident, feels relieved after receiving reports that her page can be recovered.

For weeks now, the musician has been estranged from her fans as she cannot access her fan page after it was deleted by strangers almost a month ago. This was after Nguva Yangu’s hitman’s phone was stolen in a crush and seizure incident. As if stealing the phone wasn’t enough, according to Selmor, the thieves attempted to steal money from her various accounts and then deleted her fan page which had more than 150,000 subscribers.

Following the incident, Selmor, through her husband’s Facebook page, Tendai Manatsa, asked fans to help her get her page back. A #FBPutSelmorMtukudziPageBackOnline hash tag was started.

Now, it seems there is hope for Selmor as she has found someone with the know-how to retrieve the page.

“We managed to find someone to help us. He says the page will be back in a few days! I hope it works. Thank you very much for all of your help in trying to get my Facebook page back.

“I love you all so much and appreciate all of your support. God bless you all,” Selmor posted on his other personalized Facebook account.

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