Kenya airways staff resort to prayers to bring back the Airline to profitability

Kenya airways staff hold prayers sessions, some fast while other even wear sack clothes in a desperate attempt top bring back the national carrier to profitability.

 

When trying to make a turnaround strategy in business, SWOT analysis is always the first tool to employ, checking your strengths. Analyzing your Weakness, maximizing your opportunities and finally countering threats are the key tools in getting back to profitability. Prayer does not feature anywhere near top ten drastic measures to employ when your business is going under.

However that is just what the national carrier, the pride of Africa, none other than the Kenya Airways has resorted to, KQ airways staff have resorted to serious prayers, kesha, fasting, to some even wearing sack clothes in order to bring back from the brink of death the once profitable airline company.

With the national airline downsizing, firing employees to recording mind bungling losses every year the staff have decided ‘Ni wewe tuu bwana ni wewe tuu’ to weather the unemployment storm and survive the skyrocketing prices of goods and services facing them.

During the Nigerian gospel artiste, Sinach concert which went down over the weekend at Citam, Karen. KQ staff attended the concert to seek divine intervention to resurrect the company and cushion them from eminent job losses as well kukemea pepo mbaya (evil spirits of bad luck and stagnation).

Victoria nunu, the chairlady of the Kenya Airways Christian Fellowship, who spoke to Nairobi news on the sidelines of the gospel concert, revealed tough times have forced the staff to seek God’s interventions.

“There are many companies that are struggling out there, and people are so worried what the future holds. I want to encourage people that they can turn to the comfort of prayers during these tough times. Prayers work we have seen it turn our around our company” she said

Nunu confessed that they have been holding monthly prayers sessions for a while now as part of an ongoing effort to #BringBackKQ to profitability.

Oh oh oh oh I know who I am, I know who God says I am, if God says KQ will be profitable who am I to say it can’t happen? Amen!

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