Movers and Shakers: Kenyan Businesswoman Making it Big in South Korea

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When Evelyn Mwango landed in South Korea six years ago, she was on a mission to visit her mother who was looking for a business permit. Little did she know that her life was about to change for the better.


Evelyn now runs a curio shop, Tenya enterprises in partnership with her mother. And as Citizen TV's Mike Okinyi reports on movers and shakers, it has been an easy ride for Evelyn.


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