Kenyans were waiting to enjoy watching their countryman Olympic Champion and World record holder Eliud Kipchoge break the world 42 kilometres barrier when two shitty Kenyan companies did the unthinkable.
One, Safaricom PLC which promised free YouTube bundles didn’t live up to its billing, there was a lot of buffering.
Leo safcom wametu enjoyi na network yao 😩
— Billy The GOAT (@Crazy_Nairobian) October 12, 2019
Secondly, Kenya Power and Lighting Company Plc, also switched off electricity in large swathes of the country and many people who would have though they escaped owned idiot with shitty bundles and watch the events on TV couldn’t.
This clearly confirms the conspiracy that the Kenyattas didn’t like any other Kenyan prospering.
Kipchoge misses the Head of State Commendation (HSC) award
Apart from denying Eliud Kipchoge any honors and giving the same to Slayqueen, Murderers, lowlifes and cartels, the country currently led by the Kenyattas made sure that Kipchoge’s crowning moment was done in darkness.
Below are more complaints from Kenyans about the Safaricom Network:
. @SafaricomPLC, how does one opt out of the free data bundles? I feel like it is slowing down my phone
— Superior Tweet 🌐 (@Publicist254) October 12, 2019
Safaricom ilipeana bundles then wakamake sure Network is Shit. Well Played Saf, Well Played
— Hazim Fareed Q 👑 (@AliQuqiiz) October 12, 2019
Safaricom became the real Wakora network. Wapeane bundles alafu wanyonge net.
— Wachera (@NiWachera) October 12, 2019
Safaricom network shitty AF
— The First Lady (@SharzzySean) October 12, 2019
Am I the only person who is experiencing slow network with this safaricom free 1590mb? pic.twitter.com/lA6CyZbrqT
— Johnson Octavio (@JohnsonOctavio2) October 12, 2019
— martin lumumba (@martinlumumba01) October 12, 2019
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