In efforts to win many Nairobi hustlers to vote her in, Senator Millicent Omanga has today helped Bevalyne Kwamboka by giving her cash to expand her chips business. The Deputy President William Ruto's ally and a strong United Democratic Alliance, UDA Supporter then went ahead and posted. “Bevalyne Kwamboka is now sorted. Umbrella, cash and stock to boost her hustle. Mvua au jua haitamharibia biashara tena. Now let's go eat those chips."
Senator Millicent Omanga is eyeing to be to be Nairobi Governor and had been endorsed by Deputy President William Ruto's party, UDA to be the UDA flag-bearer in the looming August Election.
Here are Netizens reactions.
Nastanje junior replying said “Come in umoja and see how Ruto money has changed my business completely.....mboka ni mboka! Hustler nation wins."
Gideon Kalama Ruwa said “Mama thats nice more women to benefit especially hii mtaaa women are struggling not her alone zunguka to empower all women 2022 they will remember you. Congratulations."
Kemboi Nickson said “This is a good gesture ,leaders ought to be doing this , supporting the hustle."
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