She bought them bread, sodas and other snacks.
They couldn't hide their joy as they thanked Mungai Eve for her kind act.
The street kids who each gave different reasons for being in the streets stated that they have a YouTube channel where they've posted one song asking God to bless them as he blesses other people. They hope to earn money from the channel as time goes by.
Mungai Eve's YouTube channel which is only 9 months old has gained massive popularity because of it's unique content and trending celebrities interviews. Surprisingly, it gained over 1,000 after she posted the first video in November 2020.
Eve started the channel alongside her boyfriend after schools were closed in 2020 to prevent spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are photos of Mungai Eve celebrating the 250k subscribers milestone;
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