Bevalyne Kwamboka, the lady in short green dress peeling potatoes and selling chips has her part time work, has explained why she had worn the short dress while selling the chips. Kwamboka was forced to explain this after Kenyans On Twitter trolled her for wearing the short dress at her business.
Bevalyne Kwamboka excited Netizens online because of her hardwork and for not depending on other people. Beautiful Kwamboka she's still a student and she's trying to balance between studies and the work.
After Netizens online criticized her dressing code, Kwamboka has hit back to haters. In the morning, she goes to school attending the morning classes and later she comes to sell chips and that's why she had worn the short green dress at her work place. After class she goes straight to her business. She added that she can't wear work clothes while at school like the apron.
Netizens online reacted to her explanation bus saying there is no problem with her dressing code. Other said the dressing code can attract a lot of customers making her business to thrive.
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