The Strategy NASA leaders are using to ensure Supporters boycott Safaricom

Here are the details of NASA boycott strategy

After listing companies their followers ought to ‘resist’, the leaders embarked on an online mission to see their call come to fruition.

A section of the Opposition legislators took to social media platforms to inform NASA die-hards the advantages of using Airtel – Safaricom's main competitor.

Some of the leaders including Women Representative Esther Passaris and Gladys Wanga, Kibra MP Ken Okoth among others shared the new Airtel numbers they had acquired.

“Airtel has money transfer services too .. Resist kila Kitu,”  Busia Women Rep Florence Mutua tweeted.

“Let us all use our weekend to migrate from  to other networks that respect democracy and the will of the people ,” a tweet by an ODM handle read.

Others posted their pictures as they were conducting the migration from Safaricom to Airtel.

Siaya Senator James Orengo told his contacts that his line would not be operating as from Friday, November 3, 2017, midnight.

At the same time, WhatsApp messages allegedly sent by Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu encouraging locals to stop using Safaricom were shared on social media.

In the texts from a WhatsApp group, Ms. Ngilu assured her people that they also ought to boycott dairy products from Brookside and promised to give them alternatives.

By the time of going to press NASA’s Resist hashtag was on the top trending topic in Kenya while Safaricom came in second.


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