Kenyans on social media are trolling a tweep who tipped Safaricom on a suspected system breakdown that enabled subscribers to receive free Bonga Points.
The user, Jeremiah Kahindo, alerted the telecommunications firm – via a tweet that has since been deleted – of an anomaly from which Kenyans were reaping free Bonga Points.
Bonga Points system is used by Safaricom to reward loyal customers and can at times be redeemed for goodies such as airtime and accessories such as laptops and mobile phones
Understandably, Safaricom immediately applauded Jeremiah for his honesty.
Hey Jeremiah, we applaud your honesty and appreciate your feedback, a resolution is under-way.^CQ
— Safaricom PLC (@SafaricomPLC) April 24, 2018
But a majority of Twitter users were however not as excited going by their comments thereafter.
Mamaaaa please send us a sign on how to deal with Jeremiah kahindo
— MathsGurus (@maths_gurus) April 24, 2018
@ Jeremiah Kahindo
Ni mpesa unataka ufunguliwe ama?
— Ted (@teddy_okuku) April 24, 2018
Dear Jeremiah, remember the fate of Miguna miguna, don’t forget the thread of Eric Omondi, refer to what we did to waiguru at NYS, get a tip of Your fellow woman Liz Njuguna, May your Ancestors rise and wish they never bore you to betray the 45M Kenyans #JeremiahTheSnitch
— @milan_leshan (@Milan_leshan) April 24, 2018
Hawa ndo watu walikua wanakumbusha Mwalimu ety hajacollect homework time wasee hawajafanya
— _Incarnate Asoma (@asoma_arthur1) April 24, 2018
Wewe ndio wale walikua wakiendea walimu staffroom. Hata mwisho wa mwezi endea landlord wako akujie rent ya ploti!
— stacy muthoni (@stacymuthoni1) April 24, 2018
Jeremiah unadhani utapewa zile nduthi za tunukiwa ukiwa na kiherehere…ama we ni wa telkom ulikua unaskia uchungu
— Okingkeith (@okingkeith) April 24, 2018