Selected Senator, Millicent Omanga, shared photographs on her online media pages asserting that she had showered excellent chips merchant, Bevalyne Kwamboka, with treats to help her business after her story circulated around the web.
Omanga asserted that she had been given an umbrella, cash and surprisingly purchased her stock to help her business.
"Bevalyne Kwamboka is presently arranged. Umbrella, money, and stock to support her hustle.
"Mvua au jua haitamharibia biashara tena.
"Presently, how about we go eat those chips," she posted and said the chips seller was currently all around arranged.
Notwithstanding, it's currently arising that the vocal Senator utilized Bevalyne to acquire political mileage.
The chips merchant uncovered through her Twitter page that Omanga gave to her a sack of potatoes worth Ksh 350, one umbrella, and two covers.
Bevalyne invalidated Omanga's cases that she gave her money and stock to inspire her business.
She further uncovered that the group that Omanga sent visited her work environment, eliminated five umbrellas from their vehicle, and took a gathering photograph prior to giving her one umbrella.
"For explanation, group Millicent Omanga just purchased waru za 350 emerged from the vehicle with five umbrellas, took photographs returned them and gave out one and two covers. Hiyo mambo ya cash haikua in addition to stock ni ya 350. Hizo waru gunia kubwa I had purchased and begun the day," she composed.
Netizens have assaulted Millicent Omanga on Twitter, following Bevalyne's disclosures.
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