We live in a world where Politicians would want to flaunt in the social media on how kind they can be probably to gain more supporters. Well the story of Beverly Kwamboka who is a vendor of chips vendor down one of the bridges in Nairobi had come to limelight. This was after she was exposed as her dressing many had seen it as immoral.
After trending, the popular female police Millicent Omanga searched for her and promised to take care after her. This incident However took a twist of events as she personally came out and rubbished the allegations that she had been assisted. According to Tuko news the politician only bought potatoes wort Three hundred and fifty shillings and only left her one umbrella with UDA logo.
In the photo, five umbrellas appeared and were taken back to the vehicle after that. She also got two aprons only.This move has sparked mixed reactions from netizens terming it as cruel. What are your thoughts about this matter? Be sure to follow me for such informative articles too. Thanks for your time readers🙏🙏
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