During the first lockdown, Veronicah opened a second school, the “Love-School Junior” in Mlolongo, on a plot of land she had bought a long time ago for an apple and an egg, and now already has 100 pupils. In just a few weeks, she has built nine corrugated iron rooms there, which serve as classrooms. To finance the construction of the school, she sold her three cows, among other things. She herself visits the place twice a week, and the rest of the time there are two long-time teachers from the old Love School Senior who work there and live in the neighbourhood, so they can run the new school. Veronicah sells drinking water in Mlolongo as one of her small business ideas and earns about € 50 per month. How? By having water brought from the city and filled into her tank and the teachers selling the water bottle by bottle to the neighbours at a profit. The cyber café she has been running in Kangemi for years is not doing so well at the moment.