Famous Chips mwitu girl Bevalyne Kwamboka now faces eviction following a notice issued by theh Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA).
According to KURA, the young lady who became famous after her picture went viral on social media has breached regulations by setting up her business near a public footbridge.
Kwamboka who runs her business in Donholm, Nairobi is reported to have gone against pedestrian rights blocking their access on walkways and footbridges in the area.
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The story of Kwamboka touched the hearts of many Kenyans including that of nominated Senator Millicent Omanga who sent her team and cash to boost 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.” Said Omanga.
Things turned ugly for the Senator after Kwamboka confirmed to have received potatoes worth Ksh 350 and umbrella and two aprons out of five umbrella’s that were brought by the team.
Omanga responded by apologizing over the response and that she wished her all the best in her business at alrge.
“I made a tweet to that effect to which Kwamboka acknowledged. I’m thus disturbed to learn that she has complained and rubbished the support she got through my office.
I did my best under the circumstances and I’m sorry that I didn’t meet her expectations which appear to have been higher. In such situations the truth, honesty & facts are sacrificed at the alter of social media fame, blackmail & character assassination. I wish Kwamboka success & good fortunes as she grows her business.” Said Omanga