Why Maina Kageni is offering Anerlisa Muigai a shoulder to lean on


Maina Kageni
Maina Kageni

Radio personality Maina Kageni has pledged his undivided support to Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai following the death of his sister Tecra Muigai.

The Classic 105 presenter responded to Anerlisa’s post on Instagram asking her to reach out if she needed any support.

“Anerlisa God will provide the rock you need to rest upon… Tecra is in a better place, of that no one can argue against… if there’s anything you want me to do, I’m a phone call away,” he wrote.

Tecra Muigai died early this month and was buried on May 16 in a private ceremony in Naivasha. Reports indicate that Omar Lali kin was locked out of the funeral.

Anerlisa Muigai in the same post had earlier thanked her friends and fans for support during the mourning period.

“We deeply appreciate your expression of sympathy, your prayers and thoughts during the difficult time,” she wrote.

In her tribute, Anerlisa painted Tecra as a together and focused small sister who was committed to whatever she did.

“My younger sister but you acted like my older sister,” she wrote. “I remember when we started Nero Company together, you drove the company like it was your baby. Your eye for design and perfect tone of colour was out of this world. I have learnt so many work ethics from you. I promise to grow the company just like you wanted it to grow.”

Maina Kageni was the master of ceremony during the sombre funeral held at Tabitha Karanja’s home just outside Naivasha adjacent to the Keroche Breweries.

Business and political leaders led by ODM Party chief Raila Odinga and Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui attended the funeral.

According to Chief Government Pathologist Johansen Oduor, the injuries were consistent with a fall. She was staying with her boyfriend Omar Lali at the time.

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