Jane Wamuyu currently makes millions from selling Mutumba bales in Gikomba. However, this woman used to hawk tea and mandazi in Githurai at some point in her life. She was the sole bread winner in her marriage for so many years.
When her husband finally got a stable job, he never bothered to provide for the family.
Jane decided to invest in Mutumba bales. She first took a bank loan. Sadly, her business went down during the COVID-19 period. She had so much rent arrears that her landlady was forced to take all her stock so as to compensate herself.
At the time, Jane became so much depressed. She expected that her husband would support her but he did not bother. He suddenly became violent and she had to quit her marriage. Jane however thinks that her marriage failed because she was always a busy business person and never had time to bond with her husband.
With the help of business friends who would give her stock on credit, Jane was able to rise again within a few months.
Jane credits her success to God. She uses her story to encourage women to always trust God in everything they do.
Watch her story by clicking on this link; https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8J2SB9jNU_c
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