Viral ‘chips mwitu’ vendor warned by KURA

Bevalyne Kwamboka, a chips vendor in Kware, Embakasi South has been warned by the Kenya urban Road Authority (KURA) for setting up a business in an area designated for pedestrian passage.

KURA, was responding to a tweet by one of the netizen who saw Bevalyne preparing fries along the road.

“KURA are those activities legal?” he asked. To which KURA responded: “This is illegal and infringement to pedestrian rights. The footbridge are meant for pedestrian passage and not any form of business,”

A section of Kenyans however, did not go down well with KURA’s response saying that the lady is only trying to make ends meet.

Kwamboka has been trending since her story was first highlighted by nominated senator Millicent Omanga.

Omanga tweeted that she had donated branded umbrellas, aprons and money to Bevalyne to expand her business.

Kwamboka denied and called out the senator for using her name for her political gain.

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    Written by Pauline Nabwire

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