Viral 'chipo mwitu' seller Beverlyn Kwamboka who is based at Kware, Embakasi South side has received a warning from Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) for setting up a business in an area designated for pedestrian use. The authority has termed her business as illigal and infringement to pedestrian rights.
According to a report by Standard Digital, it all started when a netizen tagged the authority on a post where Bevalyne was seen preparing the chips. “KURA are these activities legal?” he asked.
In a response to the tweet, KURA issued the warning to the young trader which stated : "This is illegal and an infringement to pedestrian rights…The footbridges and walkways are meant for Pedestrian passage and not any form of business.”
Bevalyne rose to fame after a netizen shared her photo preparing fries while well dressed. She responded claiming that she doubles as a student and has to look presentable as she shifts from the business to class.
Her encounter with nominated senator Millicent Omanga only sky rocketed her popularity.
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