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"I Would Have To Defer School And Return To The Village" Viral Chips Vendor Responds To KURA Warning

Viral 'chipo mwitu' vendor Bevalyne Kwamboka has responded to the warning by Kenya Urban Roads Authority(KURA) which branded her business illegal and an infringement to pedestrian rights.

While speaking to Tuko News, Kwamboka has claimed that she has not received an official warning from the authority and learnt of the same on social media. She claims that if her business is closed she would have to defer school and return to the village as the business is her only source of livilihood.

“Selling chips is the only way I make a living. If it is closed, I would have to store my household items with a friend, defer school and return to the village,” Beverly

Kwamboka who is a student at the Kenyatta University earlier claimed that her mother is a housewife and her father is sick, therefore she resorted to chips selling to pay her fees and send some help to the parents back in the village.

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