Kenya's leading telecommunication company, Safaricom, caught internet by storm at the middle of the twilight hours of today evening after offering a finger-licking reward amounting to KES 1000 airtime to its customers.
Safaricom sought answers on the correct procedure that customers should follow when reversing money send to wrong numbers.
The mobile service provider in essence sought to know whether its customers were fully aware of the newly institutionalized code (*334#) that correctly gives the name of the designated recepient of money before the money is channeled to him or her.
Safaricom strictly underscored that only the first 200 correct answer would walk away with this finger-licking offer. A myriad number of netizens trooped to the comment section to air their voices on the said offer.
With this seemingly 'competition' having ceased, Safaricom has finally announced the winners of the said 'competition' urging them to DM their mobile numbers so that this reward can be channelled to their phones.
Here is a sample of the winners:
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