Christmas started early for ordinary Kenyans who bumped into Safaricom’s staff dishing out goodies to anyone and everyone.
Safaricom changed its slogan to ‘Twaweza’ in June. Twaweza has been defined as the spirit that helps families, friends and loved ones achieve their dreams beyond their imagination. It’s the spirit that makes us do more, be more and become better as a community.
The telecommunication giants is now running a two-week campaign to reward Kenyans in celebration of Christmas holiday. Safaricom has gone out to show Kenyans amazing acts of kindness.
Safaricom’s objective is to remind all Kenyans why it is important to be kind, which is in line with the spirit of Twaweza.
Everything for free
Kenyans across various towns in the country have been treated to free lunch, free bus fare, free airtime, free petrol refuel among other freebies.
In Nairobi Safaricom visited several eateries where they paid bills for all the customers present. People were also given free Kes 1000 airtime.
Safaricom employees also boarded matatus in Nairobi and paid fare for commuters and also gave them Kes 1000 airtime for free.
The story was the same in Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nyahururu, Karatina, Thika, Meru, Ukunda. See the photos below:
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