Betty Kyallo responds to getting fired from K24
After word started doing the rounds that K24 was closing shop, declaring all its employees redundant in roughly a month´s time, Betty Kyallo sought to respond to the same.
Betty has been working tirelessly to fend for her daughter, Ivanna running side hustles and try to curve her niche in the digital world…whatever it takes.
However, she came out to neither deny nor confirm the reports, instead dodging the question asked, while promoting her new venture.
On a random Monday evening, Betty was getting her nails neatly done as she prepped for what she termed ´a date´.
Who she was going out with did not quite bother her fans, who instead questioned the TV girl about reports that she was getting laid off in a few.
terence_ochuo Is it true hizi rumours tunaskia abt K24?
To which she somehow responded:
@terence_ochuo hata Mimi naskia tu???????? anyway we have YouTube channel. We don’t stop???????????????? subscribe
Unreserved, her social media fam tried to find out more about the ´rumors´ while a section forewarned that popular vlogger, Edgar Obare would be out with the ´dirt´ pretty soon.
Anyway, Betty is a mother who has been doing it all for her little girl, Ivanna. Whether Monday, Friday or Sunday, Betty has been up, beating the morning dew if her Insta stories are anything to go by.
It all seemingly trickles down to one of her goals: to get Ivanna into a good school. Good might be an understatement right there but let´s just do with that for now.
Turns out, that once the current situation returns to normalcy, Ivanna will be enrolling in one of Kenya´s prestigious schools – Montessori.
Betty spilt the beans after an Instagram user recently questioned:
Only one kid wth well paying job and ur becoming a motivational speaker ???? beautiful… Add one kid.
She then responded:
… ???????????????????? Aki anaenda Montessori…
Well, if Betty was honest about it, then come reopening of schools, the media personality will be coughing out at least KSh 350,000 as tuition fee only, for Ivanna.
This is excluding the fact that admission and caution fees take up at least KSh 110,000.
This comes shortly after Betty divulged she would be relocating her beauty parlor from Kilimani to a bigger office space which only means more money.
Revealing the same through her YouTube channel, the businesswoman encouraged fellow business-people to not let their guard down, instead keep striving until you achieve your goal.
Just strategise. Get with it, do not stop things, especially business, because corona is here with us, just take caution.
Well…there you have it!