- In an interview with TV47 Digital, Bevalyne said that she did not receive any cash from Senator Omanga, contrary to a tweet that claimed she did.
- The 23-year-old is a fourth year student at Kenyatta University pursuing a Bachelors in Education.
Bevalyne Kwamboka, the now famous ‘chips mwitu’ vendor on Friday received a major boost to her business, this time for real.
This is after Nominated Senator Beatrice Kwamboka bought her a potato chips machine to make work easier when slicing the potatoes, 20 litres of cooking oil and two sacks of potatoes.
Additionally, the Senator also paid a three-month rent for her place of business.
“Shukran za dhati kwa Senata Beatrice Kwamboka Kwa Uwezeshaji wake wa vifaa vya kisasa vya kuandaa vibanzi,lita ishirini ya mafuta maalum ya kupikia,gunia mbili za viazi na kodi ya miezi mitatu ya chumba cha kazi,” she tweeted after receiving the boost from Senator Kwamboka.
The 23-year-old fourth-year Bachelors of Education student at Kenyatta University has previously accused Senator Millicent Omanga of riding on her fame to gain political advantage.
In what appears to be the youthful entrepreneur throwing shade at Senator Omanga, she added, “Siasa na vitendo hapana siasa na sinema!”