A few days ago, a woman who has been identified as Bevalyn Kwamboka went viral after her photos were shared on different social media accounts where she was accused of dressing inappropriately. Photo:Courtesy In a post that attracted a number of reactions from Alot of Kenyans, the woman could be seen sitted peeling potatoes in what she claimed was to get her place of work.
Web sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips vendor, has landed a sponsorship deal from well-wishers. Taking to her social media page on Friday, October 15, Kwamboka reported that she will at this point no longer be running her business by the roadside as she has landed a deal.
University students go through a lot of challenges in trying to achieve their dream careers. Most of them are affected by the humble backgrounds where they can't afford to pay their school fees in time. But the zeal and urge to settle down having achieved better degrees makes them work hard and sacrifice everything in school.
There was mixed reactions after doctor Stephen Karanja, a catholic by faith passed on yesterday.Karanja who was an obstetrician and a gynaecologist with over 30 years has received praises from a section of Twitter users amidst criticism.Bevalyn Kwamboka described doctor Karanja are a pro life crusader who was against the arbortion bill that was to be tabled in that would have seen arbortion legalised in the country.
Reports have emerged that the government is on the verge of evicting a roadside chips vendor who has become an internet sensation. According to Kenyans.co.ke,Kenya urban roads authority sent a warning to Bevalyn Kwamboka,who runs the chips business in Nairobi's Donholm area. Kenya urban roads authority stated that it was wrong for any business person to set up a business in areas around public foot bridges or on road reserves.
A roadside chips vendor who went viral over her use of online media to advertise her business, Bevalyn Kwamboka, presently says she is saddened by politicians using her in negative campaigns ahead of the August 9, 2022 General Election. The 23-year-old who turned into a web sensation told a local media house on Friday, October 22, that she feels agitated by the move by politicians to utilize her and others individuals in their political campaigns.She contended that once the politicians utilize the youth, they later dump and leave them helpless before online bullies who ridicule them after the elections are over.
A roadside vendor of chips by the name Bevalyn Kwamboka has been trending for the last two months through her Instagram account.Bevalyn Kwamboka says she is saddened by politicians using his name negatively ahead of August 9, 2022 general elections. The 23 year old became an internet sensation has told the local media that he feel agitated by the politicians use her and similar people their political campaigns.The chips lady argued that politicians only use when they want to market their brand through them and later after achieving the seat they dump them and leave them at the mercy of online bullies who make fun of them after the elections are over.Kwamboka said that he doesn't want to become the subject of ridicule as it happened to musician Ben Githae.“I saw that coming, I felt bad, and I was not ready for that.
Viral "chips mwitu" vendor Bevalyn Kwamboka has sent an emotional message to the government over plans to evict her from where she runs her business. As reported by kenyans.co.ke,Kwamboka was speaking during an interview with a local television station and appealed to the Kenya urban roads authority and the Kenya national highway authority not to evict her.
Internet sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips vendor, has sent an emotional message to the government over plans to evict her from where she runs her business. During an interview with a local TV station on Friday, October 8, Kwamboka sent a poignant message deep from her heart appealing to the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) not to evict her.
Kwamboka Bevalyn has received a warning from the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) on 8th of October. She is facing eviction because according to KURA, her business is set on a place meant to be a road used by pedestrians. Kwamboka is a student and runs a chips business in Donholm area.
Internet sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips seller, has sent a passionate message to the government over plans to expel her from where she runs her business. During a meeting with a local TV station on Friday, October 8, Kwamboka sent a poignant message deep from her heart appealing to the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) not to evict her.
Bevalyn Kwamboka sells chips near Donholm on a footbridge. The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) has issued a warning to Bevalyn Kwamboka, a chips vendor in Kware, Embakasi South, for operating a business in an area designated for pedestrian movement. KURA described the business as "illegal and an infringement on pedestrian rights" in a tweet.
Internet sensation Bevalyn Kwamboka, a roadside chips vendor, has landed a sponsorship deal from well-wishers. Taking to her social page on Friday, October 15, Kwamboka announced that she will no longer be running her business by the roadside as she has landed a deal. The deal sealed by anonymous well-wishers saw the 23-year-old get a new premise where she will be running her business from.
Bevalyn Kwamboka, who runs a small chips business in Nairobi County Donhalm area has today shamed nominated senator Milicent Omanga commonly known by his supporters as 'Mama miradi' publicly on her social media page for allegedly lying to Kenyans. This comes just two days after Millicent Omanga visited the jovial Kwamboka at her workplace and gifted her an umbrella and aprons all bearing her name.
Bevelyn , A Chips Seller Issues A Contradicting Statement to That of Millicent Omanga After The Politician Helped Her
Bevalyn Kwamboka, a student who maintains a casual business in Nairobi's Donholm area, has disgraced nominated Senator Millicent openly on twitter for allegedly deceiving Kenyans. The student, who sells chips by the side of the road, has called the Senator asserting that she didn't give her any money as she had before alleged on her web-based media platform.
Bevalyn Kwamboka a student who went viral in social media after asking Kenyans through social media to purchase fried potatoes in her roadside kiosk in Nairobi Donholm received a warning message from The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) cautioning her of setting businesses around public foot bridges and encroaching road reserves.