Web sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips vendor, has landed a sponsorship deal from well-wishers.
Taking to her social media page on Friday, October 15, Kwamboka reported that she will at this point no longer be running her business by the roadside as she has landed a deal.
The deal sealed by anonymous well-wishers saw the 23-year-old get another premise where she will be running her business from. In addition, the sponsors have paid a three-month rent to enable her settle in and find her footing in running the business.
They have additionally furnished the premise with new stools that will enable customers to even sit in as they wait to be served.
To demonstrate the deal is life-changing, Kwamboka noticed that the sponsors, whom she didn't uncover their details, gave her stock for her business.
She went on to appreciate them and other internet users who raised the matter till it received the much-needed attention.
"Many thanks to you all who retweeted and shared my tweets and story to your friends, an unknown well-wisher has offered me a modern tool for chips, stock, and paid three months' rent for the premises. Much thanks to you kwa kuahidi na kutimiza ahadi, (Thank you for seeing, promising, and even, fulfilling)," she composed. Addressing Kenyans.co.ke, she affirmed getting the deal and appealed to more people to come onboard and support her business.
The deal follows an enthusiastic appeal she made to Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), who had cautioned her against doing the business under a footbridge.
Kwamboka, a fourth-year student studying a Bachelors degree in Education at Kenyatta University, emotionally narrated that plans to evict her would paralyze all her life operations.
She went viral after her fallout with nominated Senator Millicent Omanga over another deal the legislator had offered. The deal went south compelling the lawmaker to call out Kwamboka for being unappreciative.
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