Bevalyne Kwamboka is a chips-selling university student who went viral over her choice of dressing at her place of business.
Kenyans on Twitter had much to say about her outfits as she sold the fast food but Kwamboka would clap back saying she goes to school first then gets to work after school.
The story took Kenyan social media like a wildfire. Nominated senator Millicent Omanga announced that she would help Kwamboka, and posted pictures of her branded political merchandise. Pictures of an umbrella, aprons were seen. The Nairobi Women Representative seat aspirant tweeted that she had helped boost Kwamboka’s business.
She claimed to have helped her with stock and money, something Kwamboka now refutes.
Kwamboka revealed that it actually was not really the case. “For clarification, team @MillicentOmanga only bought waru za 350 came out of the vehicle with 5 umbrellas, took photos returned them and gave out one and two aprons. Hiyo mambo ya cash haikua plus stock ni ya 350. Hizo waru gunia kubwa i had bought and started the day,” read her tweet.
Unimpressed KOT are all up against Omanga, calling out on her supposed fabricated story: