Fortunes are changing for Bevalyne Kwamboka or otherwise known as ‘chips mwitu girl’.
Bevalyne took to her Twitter account to share some good news with her followers.
An anonymous well-wisher offered Kwamboka modern tools she would use to ply her chips trade.
Besides that, the undercover angel also offered the industrious young lady two sacks of potatoes in stock, twenty litres of cooking oil and paid three months' rent upfront for the new business premise where Kwamboka would operate from.
Chips mwitu girl did not forget to thank everyone who shared, retweeted her tweets and stories.
Thank you so much to you all who retweeted and shared my tweets and story to your friends, a anonymous well wisher has offered me a modern tools for chips, stock, and paid 3 months rent for the premises.— Bevalyne Kwamboka (@bevalynekwambo3) October 15, 2021
Thank you Kwa kuona kuahidi na kutimiza ahadi.
Even though the well-wisher did not wish their identity to be publicized, Kwamboka may have revealed who the 'anonymous' well-wisher is.
According to the tweet, it turns out that the well-wisher is non-other than Nominated Senator, Beatrice Kwamboka.
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! pic.twitter.com/Khe9B44fIg— Bevalyne Kwamboka (@bevalynekwambo3) October 15, 2021
Sen. Beatrice Kwamboka. PHOTO/COURTESY
Kwamboka came to the limelight after sharing the side hustle that she started with only Sh1,200 and now boasts of a profit of up to Sh4,000 per day.
She has been operating her roadside business at Kware-Tassia footbridge, Donholm.
Bevalyne Kwamboka. PHOTO/COURTESY