It looks like online influencer Nancie Mwai has a thing for brands with either substandard or counterfeit products.
Thanks to Twitter Police, it has now been revealed that the racism-linked Madora Store influencer Nancie Mwai was also part of the Always Kenya group that chose to go for a weekend roadtrip at a time when customers desperately needed answers over the substandard quality of the the company’s sanitary products.
Through the hashtag #MyAlwaysExperience Kenyans from all walks of life took to social media to give their honest, blunt opinions on the company’s sanitary towels.
Instead of responding to their customers’ concerns, Always Kenya chose to treat their influencers to a weekend getaway at the Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club where they uploaded several photos with the hashtag #FeelTheComfort.
As consumers dealt with the struggle of burns and rashes thanks to the poor quality of the company’s products, the group of ladies were in Nanyuki getting massages and playing dress-up while pretending everything was okay.
Well, clearly @Always_Kenya should have hosted a focus group rather than influencers to actually discuss the true #MyAlwaysExperience because we clearly had a lot on our chests. It's sad that we have to share our experiences this way, but this had to happen at some point.
— Kawi Rincuni ???????? (@Kawiria) March 12, 2019
Yes, influencers are entitled to choose what brands to work with. Yes, everyone should secure the bag.
But what you're not going to do is erase the stories of multiple women about #MyAlwaysExperience
— ???? (@_NyawiraW) March 12, 2019
#AmKenyan Those 'influencers' corrupted by @Always for PR are telling us the poor do not deserve dignity! Telling them to change brands is NOT an option! The alternatives are expensive. That disease causing pad is the only option they have! #MyAlwaysExperience @scheafferoo #KOT
— #SwitchOffKPLC (@WanjeriNderu) March 13, 2019
And these influencers kwani they have never used @Always_Kenya trash pads because surely are we that much into coin that you don't even give a fuck anymore?? Watu wako Fairmont and babes are chaffing between their thighs #MyAlwaysExperience
— Kenyanese???????? (@wamatimes) March 12, 2019
Also… The influencers who've been running the always 'fake apology campaigns' ..you got paid…take the posts down now. It's an insult even to yourself as a woman. Demand better. #MyAlwaysExperience
— I am Emma™ (@EmmaMacharia) March 12, 2019
It always got me rashes, always is a bad brand and they should stop using influencers to save their almost collapsing situation #MyAlwaysExperience
— Hamooy Gacal (@hamooy_gacal) March 12, 2019
This morning, officers from the Anti Counterfeit Agency (ACA) raided the Madora perfume store in Karen and seized fake products estimated to be worth Ksh. 1.5 million.
The company that Nancie promotes on social media was previously accused of selling a customer counterfeit perfume and racially abusing him when he went to ask for an explanation and a refund.
This seemingly confirms that a huge majority of Kenyan influencers are only after the pay cheque and conduct little or no due diligence when signing contracts with various brands.
Misleading the public and your fellow womenfolk just for a few coins is straight up embarassing.
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