Safaricom experienced system failure at their headquarters yesterday.
By following a system of prompts, one was easily and quickly awarded 30 GB worth of monthly bundles without paying a dime. All of Safaricom’s days of ‘eating’ people’s bundles and credit were seemingly catching up with them as people shared the hack with their friends on whatsapp.
Payback’s a b*tch as Kenyans were determined to run the secret operation without regrets. Their efforts to serve their version of justice were however hindered by a whistle blower who , in his attempts to blow his own horn exposed the glitch to Safaricom who quickly repaired it to the dismay of many.
Despite having since deleted the tweet, it has circulated social media with many people condemning him for his actions.
Wewe na wale mapiri watiaji back in high school hakuna tofauti. Mnaskia watu wamerudia food round 2 mnapelekea teacher on duty udaku. Bure kabisa
— Ndegwa Mureithi (@linuxndesh) February 12, 2019
Ujinga ya your freedom acha …
Watu wa eldoret shida n mini na kupost vituwhen it comes kuangamiza saf we do it allsi kupost vitu kenye inafungwa.don’t think tutarudi *544#
Pls don’t make us spam you Uanzefresheldoret n ndg @stanelymasinde@kiprotichsalat@rasgidddavid
— ricky chulai (@rickychulai) February 12, 2019
Snitch, bure sana
— Alex Maina™ (@Aleky_maina) February 12, 2019
We malayaaa….. snitch bitch…ulifurahia sasa? Naskia hii usnitch yako ndio ilikutoa uprefect HS…..Wacha umama buda umezeeka
— Maina Ndegwa (@mainandegwa232) February 12, 2019
Umeharibu bizz wewe.
— George MB OMomanyi (@georgeomomanyi) February 11, 2019
You guys i only tweeted this after safaricom realised…come slowly
— kiprotichsalat (@kiprotichsalat1) February 11, 2019
He tried to defend himself by stating he only spoke out after Safaricom had noticed the glitch and rectified it but Kenyans weren’t having any of it.