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Chips Mwitu Vendor Reveal What Would Happen to Her if KeNHA Kicks Her Out of the Footbridge

Bevaryne Kwamboka, who is a Kenyatta University student and juggles between studies and chips business says that she begun her business during lockdown using Fuliza money. According to Bevaryne, they were in the house with her sister and they did not have any source of income. The situation forced them to start the chips business. She says that they only had one thousand and the rest of the money they obtained it from Safaricom Fuliza overdraft loan.

Bevaryne Kwamboka spoke of her short dress that went viral on Twitter. She says that the critics she received on Twitter affected her so much since she felt as if people were dragging her to other things that she wasn't involved in.

Bevaryne Kwamboka has also revealed her next step if Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) would kick her out of the footbridge where she is selling chips. KURA had said that her business is illegal and the chips vendor was blocking pedestrians.

According to Bevaryne Kwamboka, she has no permanent structure and she only places her Jiko under the footbridge and later leaves after carrying out her daily business. She says that she do not interrupt people who use the footbridge.

She says that if KeNHA evicts her out of the area, she would be forced to relocate from Nairobi since that would be the end of her business which is sustaining her in Nairobi. According to Bevaryne Kwamboka, she would be forced to return to her village if the roads authorities will take action against her. (Video)

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