Safaricom dealers say Nasa boycott on the company’s products has affected business

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Published on November 13, 2017 by AfroTelly

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

Dealers says the boycott call has slowed down business that was already affected by protracted electioneering period. They say there are reports of agents in Homa Bay area being physically assaulted. Safaricom dealers account for about 80 per cent of its retail business.

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