Fridah Ndani, a mother of one was given a motorbike at the Standard Group's headquarters in Nairobi.
She lives in pipeline, Embakasi and used to wake up everyday very early to sell bread on her bicycle.
She takes a matatu to Mukuru slums, where she picks the bicycle at the house of her younger brother to hawk bread in South B area.
Ndanu thanked the well-wishers and KTN news accompanied by her uncle James Kitheka and sibling to receive the gift.
She said that she will be able to cover a wider area in a short time and reach more customers with the motorbike and was going to expand her business.
The deputy editor Broadcast, Ali Manzu congratulated Ndanu saying her win was an indication that KTN shows have a wide reach.
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