Just like Pepsi was a giant during its reign, its competitor Coca-Cola was struggling in the number two position. History had its way and Coca cola became the biggest beverage company in the world. The same will surely happen to Safaricom. Just like Coca cola beat Pepsi, Airtel will beat Safaricom.
That’s what Safaricom gets for taking its customers for granted. We can’t wait to see those green colors fade all over the country. This is the beginning of the end of the road for us. Raila Odinga’s earlier claims that Safaricom was compromised and phone calls are being forwarded to 0722188188 and are being listened to by the National Intelligence Service (NIS).
Imagine your most private details being listened to by someone at work over a cup of tea. We don’t remember giving anyone such kind of control and access over a 100 shillings line.
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Airtel is cheaper, secure and currently serious with the privacy of its users unlike the dying giant Safaricom. However, one cannot make such money without subscribers. Mfanisi of Airtel is also much cheaper than Mshwari. Airtel sim cards are free and more secure, in case of an assassination Airtel will provide call logs unlike Safaricom when Msando was Murdered. There are further claims that the late Msando was traced using his Safaricom line which gave an accurate location. The Same Safaricom that partnered with the Government to install cameras all over Nairobi Failed to shed light on the death of Msando and Jacob Juma. Safaricom seemingly like the IEBC is a branch of the Jubilee administration that is used to interfere with electoral processes, give location and conversations of citizens that has so far lead to death in most cases.
Let me school you of your place in this Kenyan society dear Safaricom, you’re just a call service provider that took over from those roadside booths. You need that 27 shillings I give you daily whenever we transact with you. Judging from the number of transactions I do, I give you a lot of my pocket change. We are 10 million strong, that’s 270 million down the drain. We therefore choose not to transact with you. Your shares will fall by the end of the year to less than 10 shillings per share. This is Kenya, we are calling you to order. We will get your attention soon.
Here is the procedure for you to check if your calls are tapped.