A Nairobi woman Bevalyne Kwamboka who went viral on Thursday the 30 th while advertising her chipo Mwitu business but fans criticized her dressing code while at work, has now revealed that the jubilee Nominated senator Millicent Omanga didn’t issue any cash for her to upgrade her business as the senator stated on her social media page.
According to Beverlyne, she posted on her Twitter account on Thursday 7 th that Honorable Omanga`s team only bought Irish potato worth ksh 350.
“For clarification, team
only bought waru za 350 came out of the vehicle with 5 umbrellas, took photos returned them, and gave out one and two aprons. Hiyo mambo ya cash haikua plus stock ni ya 350. Hizo waru gunia kubwa i had bought and started the day”.
This revelation has so far placed Milicent Omanga in the limelight as a fake politician with fake promises to citizens like Kwamboka.
This further ignited mixed reactions among various fans on social media with some sharing their own experiences they encountered with politicians.
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