• Last year, someone showed up at her doorstep after posting on social media
• The entrepreneur disclosed that she was in her gown and was shocked since it was something that was surprising and foreseen
During an interview with mpasho.co.ke Mercy Kyallo revealed that last year, someone showed up at her doorstep after posting on social media where she lives explaining how scared she was since it was something she did not expect.
" Last year, someone showed up asking for me and if I live there asking for medical help." She said
She also said that she tried as much as possible to be kind and understanding to the person but she felt like just showing up at someone's house is kinda crazy because its a breach of privacy.
Further adding that
" As much as I'm very excited for Yallo residency and what I do, and creative venture, I don't know if I can continue with the same."
Regarding how she reacted to the situation, the entrepreneur disclosed that she was in her gown and was shocked since it was something that was surprising and foreseen " first of all, I was in my gown, I was a bit shocked and taken aback being and since I'm not an aggressive person, I was kind enough."
She continued talking about yallo residency saying that it is a project that she fell in love with " I love transforming old houses and I gave it my all in creating a great getaway for people to go and just relax and enjoy the fresh air and everything" She explained.
The Yallo CEO also gave a piece of advice for entrepreneurs saying that they should just be resilient since it keeps also keeps her strong adding that " I know things can be very very tough but lets put our creativity forward and just know how to concur the challenges that come with business."
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