Another politician donates goodies to chips vendor Bevalyne after she criticized Senator Omanga

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 15 Oct, 2021 19:18 | < 1 min read
A photo collage of ODM senator Beatrice Kwamboka and chips vendor Bevalyne Kwamboka. PHOTO/COURTESY

A few days after an awkward social media dragging between Senator Omanga and chips-vendor Bevalyne Kwamboka, contradicting each other and netizens calling her out for lying, Bevalyne has now announced that she has received real help from yet another politician nominated senator Beatrice Kwamboka.

Bevalyne taking to social media uploaded a couple of goodies received from the ODM senator on Twitter that she says will boost her small 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.Siasa na vitendo hapana siasa na sinema!" she wrote in a tweet.

(Really grateful to Senator Beatrice Kwamboka for giving me the modern chips making machines, 20 litres of cooking oil, two sacks of potatoes and paying my stall rent for three months)

On October 7, Omanga was called out by KOT after she allegedly lied to netizens that she assisted Bevalyne with money to boost her business.

The Kenyatta University student who sells chips at a small stall in Dolnhom, tweeted in contradiction saying Omanga only issued aprons and not money.

"For clarification, Omanga only bought potatoes worth Ksh 350. She got out of the vehicle with five umbrellas, took photos returned them and gave out two aprons. Cash was not received," she tweeted.

Omanga's tweet read:

"Umbrella, cash and stock to boost her hustle. Come rain or sunshine, she won't have to close her business."

Netizens were left in shock accusing Omanga of misusing the youth for her own political gain.