Eliud Kipchoge made history on October 12 then sneaked back in the country in the wee hours of Wednesday like an ordinary man. Probably, and by his humble nature, he never wanted to be accorded some heroic welcome.
Kenya Airways, however, could not stand the happiness that comes with flying such a great man, so they took to social media to announce Kipchoge’s arrival.
“Honoured to fly our CHAMPION Eliud Kipchoge home from Amsterdam. The Pride is so proud of you!” they tweeted.
And Kenyans pounced on the national aviation firm for its alleged recent wrongdoings.
Don’t steal his luggage fam.
— Francis Gaitho (@Kenyafootball) October 16, 2019
— Wayne MUFC 🔰 (@Wayne_Republic) October 16, 2019
It’s about Eliud Kipchoge. Wewe na hizo loss making sijui pride of angowa umetoka nazo wapi. Walikunyima kazi.
— George Omondi (@Georgemikeian) October 16, 2019
Ensure he doesn’t miss his checked in luggage or any contents therein!
— Titled Man 👑🎩 (@Erick_Roberts_) October 16, 2019
The guys who check luggages from Nairobi departures are notorious for stealing from passengers. Na si poa
— Born👁 (@BornventureM) October 16, 2019
What happened to the private jet? Or it wasn’t a return ticket thing? Or maybe it’s Eliud who chose not to return via it.
— Vincent (@ItsOnyango) October 16, 2019
Just like you want to be associated with people who work hard and make us proud you all @KenyaAirways should up your game on services it’s really wanting.
— Dan (@OgalDan) October 16, 2019
Why is almost every one is complaining of theft of personal staff whenever they travel with KQ,kindly do something it soo bad to find your luggage vandalised and your staff stolen
— Eliud Mwirigi (@EliudMwirigi6) October 16, 2019