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A Safaricom Administrator running the company's social media pages has left Kenyans in stitches after a witty response to one of its users seeking to have the company enjoined in raising a kid.
This was after one user tagged the company on Facebook, explaining how one of his friends impregnated a lady. He narrated how the man wanted his girlfriend to terminate the pregnancy and went ahead to send her abortion money.
In a humourous explanation, the user claimed the girlfriend instead, decided to use the funds to buy a Safaricom credit and posted her pregnancy in her social media statuses.
The agitated boyfriend is said to have told the girl that he will not be part of raising the unborn kid and that Safaricom should take charge. He went ahead to seek Safaricom's opinion on the same.
"He sent the lady money aitoe but dem akanunua credit ya saf na akapost kwa status. Sasa jamaa has told the lady hiyo mimba na mtoto mtalea na safaricom. Sasa Nyinyi kama safaricom maoni yenu ni yepi," posed the user.
But in a witty response, Safaricom's admin teased the user, telling him that it will not be easy as he thinks. The admin said the only type of 'deposition' and 'withdrawal' they know is that o M-Pesa. He went on to make fun of the post likening the situation to a car hire who only buys petrol for the vehicle and takes no ownership of the car.
"Hi Jonnes, haitakua rahisi hivyo. Ile kutoa ana kuweka sis tunajua ni ile ya M-Pesa. Ukinunu mafuta unakua mwenye gari? Labda ajaribu whatsapp. Hiyo nguvu ya kuruka akimbie steeplechase atafute pesa" responded the witty admin
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