12 July 2018

Kenya: Huddah Claims Someone Tried to Assassinate Her Last Week

Photo: Huddah/Instagram
Huddah Monroe.

Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe has sensationally claimed that she survived an assassination attempt last week.

In Instagram Stories to her more than 1 million followers, Huddah claimed that someone she knows tried to kill her but failed.

She starts: "In the past one week I have gone through a lot. I overcame death narrowly. Someone tried to get rid of me, get me out of this world and God prevailed."

She says God prevailed because it was not her time.

"When it's not your time it's not your time. I'm thankful I have another chance." In the lengthy post, she added that she would soon reveal the identity of the person behind the "scheme".

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"And when time right everyone will know everything that (what) happened to me, because all that's done in darkness must come to light.

Huddah, who recently deleted some of her photos on social media, said that she was filled with tears "thinking of how people have become".

She blamed what happened to her to jealousy, envy, malice and hate.

"They just hate to see you breath. They hate to see you live. Trust no one."

She did not offer any evidence or reveal whether or not she has reported to authorities.

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