Nairobi speaker, Beatrice Elachi addresses the public on live television saying that she has a sickness that forces her to travel using first class only. She claims that if she goes with 2nd class she can find herself in dangerous situations like being carried with an ambulance.
“It’s unfortunate that I will have to talk today about my medical condition I have had even in the senate. Because of that medical condition and that is why I never used to travel a lot because of my condition which I do not want to talk about it, but even in the senate they would pay (First Class tickets) because of my condition.”
Beatrice Elachi added that it’s not because of prestige, because even business class is prestige.
“So it is a condition that when I do not fly (First Class) sometimes when you arrive you find yourself being carried by an ambulance ”,
Here is the video:
— NTV Kenya (@ntvkenya) September 10, 2018
Kenyans are left shocked and are wondering what medical condition is that, that can make a person only travel with first class plane.
When you find out please let me know. I am so curious; “the medical condition” even distinguishes between business class and first class! 🙆🙆🙆
— Dr. Nelima Kokonya (@NelimaKokonya) September 10, 2018
That medical condition is called ‘false entitlement’. It can be cured with a 10ml dose of reality, 3 times a day, before meals. If, after 21 days the condition persists, you are leading the wrong life. Thank you.
— John Ogola (@jjogola) September 10, 2018
My doctor tells me I need to earn 1 million shillings a month to be healthy. #ElachiChallenge
— NYARLATHOTEP “The Crawling Chaos” (@Ezekielkm) September 10, 2018
I am curious to know how she moved around during the 2017 campaigns in Dagoretti North which is not in the air! This kind of sickness only strikes people once they get into public office! #HistoryOftheCursed pic.twitter.com/jlExCocbnv
— Африканский (@ougomandela) September 10, 2018
When in a position of responsibility avoid being a chatterbox and just WORK!
— Benji Ndolo (@BenjiNdolo) September 10, 2018