I go to school morning and attend classes and later come to sell chips
Millicent Omanga is trending on Twitter following allegations from roadside chips vendor Bevalyne Kwamboka that she had not received any cash to upgrade her business as the nominated senator had earlier stated
Early this week, Senator Omanga put out a tweet indicating that her team visited Bevalyne’s business premises and provided her with stock, cash, and other material to support her business.
“Bevalyne Kwamboka is now sorted. Umbrella, cash, and stock to boost her hustle. Mvua au jua haitamharibia biashara tena. Now let’s go eat those chips,” the former Jubilee diehard boasted.
Kwamboka was thrust into the limelight after she shared photos of herself in her kiosk and angry KOT reacted negatively due to her green dress which they termed as too short for work.
She responded to the hate saying, “those questioning my dress in my business, get this clear, I got to school in the morning and attend classes and later come to sell chips. Do you want me to go to class with an apron?”