Bevalyne Kwamboka a fourth year student in Kenyatta University have currently been the talk of the town after she shared photo of her chips business which caught several people attention attractting wellwishers to step in assist.
Her story left people talking after she had received some work accessories such as umbrella to help her do her business from well reknowed female politician Millicent Omanga.
But the was a small disagreement between the lady and millicent Omanga as she took to expose her for exegarrating what she given to the public.
A situation which even led to more reactions from netizens who took to share there personal views about the same situation.
From the report shared by tuko news just some minutes ago Bevalyne has revealed she is ready to park dropped out school and go back to village after getting some warning from KURA.
This happens after KURA claimed that Bevalyne chips business under the footbridge has been illegal hence might be closed down.
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