Life has become very difficult for many Kenyans since the Covid-19 pandemic stepped into the country.The job losses are still traumatising especially for those who were in some well paying jobs including personal businesses.Kenyans have however decided to move on through different routes.
Kenyatta University student Bevalyne Kwamboka has been on the social media headlines with her chips business in Nairobi at Kware area.The Fourth year Bachelor of Education student is determined to make both ends meet through her chips business.Senator Millicent Omanga got surprised after Kwamboka disputed what she said on social media that she had given Kwamboka some cash besides other things.This has seen Kenyans rebuke the senator for not telling the truth.
Kwamboka's new revelation about what she earns is a total challenge to Kenyans who are idling and do not want to look for self employment jobs.Bevalyne has disclosed that in a single day,she earns between Ksh 1500-3000.This means that the lady earns between Ksh 45,000-80,000 taking into consideration at least four days that she goes to church in a month.
For such a young girl who toils to take care of her diabetic father,she has really challenged other idling good brains especially the youths who fear trying.Opera Mini wishes her more successful life in her dreams as she waits to graduate and become a teacher.TV47 has revealed this.
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