Bevalyne Kwamboka who has been trending in social media currently for selling 'chips mwitu' has today talked about her life since 2017 when she joined KU university in Nairobi. During a live interview with Masawe Jappani, Kwamboka who hails from Nyamira county said that her life has never been easy since she comes from a poor family.
"At first i used to stay at the hostel where some of my friends came from rich families. I used to wash their clothes and in turn they paid me some money which I saved," said Kwamboka. According to her the money helped a lot especially in paying her fee and buy some essential things. "I didn't go out for 'Dunda' to get money. I am a focused lady who knows where she comes from and where she is going that is the reason I sell chips mwitu at the roadside," added the fourth year KU student studying Education.
Finally Kwamboka urged the Kenyan youths to vote for those leaders who will make their lives better come 2022. "The cooking oil that I used to buy at a price of 500 shillings, am buying it at a price of 1,200 shillings. This is because those we voted meet at parliament and pass the bills making life hard. This time let's be sobber and vote those who will help us youths. Let's not vote for a person because of his wealth or fame," concluded Kwamboka.
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