Viral "chips mwitu" vendor Bevalyn Kwamboka has sent an emotional message to the government over plans to evict her from where she runs her business.
As reported by kenyans.co.ke,Kwamboka was speaking during an interview with a local television station and appealed to the Kenya urban roads authority and the Kenya national highway authority not to evict her.
Kwamboka narrated that the "chips mwitu" business is her only means for survival and support for her family.She further added that she started the business during the pandemic period when her sister who used to be the bread winner lost her job and had no other source of income.
Kwamboka further added that she uses the profit to support her education at Kenyatta university where she is pursuing a bachelors degree in education.
In a sympathetic tone she said that if she stops the business,she will be left with no choice but to call off her university education and go back to her rural home.
In another different message directed to nominated jubilee senator Millicent Omanga,Kwamboka made it clear that she did not mean to sound ungrateful to the senator.
Kwamboka further narrated how some of her friends demanded for a share after nominated senator Millicent Omanga posted that she had given her money as those who used to loan her started withdrawing their support.
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