Omanga who eyes to contest for the top Nairobi seat using UDA has also gifted her with stock which will boost her business.
"Bevalyne represents the true Kenyan spirit of hardwork. Despite all odds, she has maneuvered through harsh economic times to earn herself a decent living. I saw her request on Twitter, asking if she could get an umbrella shade for her chips business.
On top of the umbrella shade, u have boosted her business with stock which atleast easen her budden and generate more income for her." Omanga has said on her social media pages.
This comes days after Bevalyne Kwamboka shared photos of her peeling potatoes, slicing them into chips and making them for her customers but instead of her hard work, many ruthless Kenyans trolled her for her knee-high green dress which many opined was "short" especially for her work.
However, an unbowed Kwamboka hit out at her haters in a post that has since gone viral and explained she juggles selling chips and doing classes during morning hours.
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