16 November 2017

Kenya: Has Keroche Heiress Dumped Fiancé for This New Catch?

Photo: Nairobi News
Anerlisa Muigai with her new beau.

Anerlisa Muigai, daughter of Keroche Breweries proprietor Tabitha Karanja, seems to have broken up with her fiancé.

Anerlisa who got engaged in January to one Stephen - whom she used to fondly referred to as SK - has found new love.

She introduced her new catch as DK, though she hid his face unlike Stephen's face that she kept posting.

Anerlisa unveiled DK on Thursday while posting about how she collapsed on Saturday outside her house and was rushed to Nairobi Hospital where she was diagnosed with pancreatitis.

ENORMOUS THANK YOU

"Thanks to everyone who took care of me in NH especially the dedicated nurses who were with me throughout and finally an enormous thank you to DK 💑 for flying back to Nairobi just to be with me ❤," she wrote in part..

Anerlisa's post made Nairobi News to find out if her fiancé Stephen was the man with the new DK initials.

She has however deleted every single post that made reference to Stephen, including the engagement video that Nairobi News featured in her engagement story.

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Anerlisa got engaged to Stephen in January after five years of dating.

In her announcement post she wrote; "I used to wonder why he was taking so long to propose yet I thought I had everything he needed but trust me there is something deeper a man look for in a woman. Patience is a virtue."

In a post on October 25, Anerlisa clarified that DK is not DK.

Morning Woman crush goes to all the ladies who have managed to keep their men private. It's the wisest decision. Have a blessed and peaceful holiday/weekend. #throwbackpic

A post shared by 🅰nerlisa Ⓜuigai (@anerlisa) on Oct 24, 2017 at 10:48pm PDT

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