DP Ruto's key ally, Senator, Millicent Omanga has come to the aid of a college student whose story went viral in social media platforms. The female student, Bevalyne Kwamboka recently posted photos of her cooking chips by the roadside while wearing a short dress which drew criticism from netizens.
Her choice of dress elicited sharp reactions with majority of netizens urging her to dress appropriately while cooking chips. She responded by stating that immediately she finishes her classes, she goes directly to her roadside job therefore she doesn't always have the time to change the attire.
Nairobi Woman Representative hopeful, Millicent Omanga has supported Bevalyne with an extra sack of potatoes and an umbrella which will be useful during rainy season.
@Silvia_Wangeci Mama Kanairo Came Through For a Fellow Hustler @bevalynekwambo3 Asante Sana https://t.co/lO0AAbmXa9
Bevalyne's story is an inspiration to Kenyans youths who are struggling in life. She supports herself using her small business of cooking chips by the roadside.
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