God can never give you what you cannot handle-Kenya's richest daughter responds after claims she conned a Shylock

Tuko News | March. 18, 2018

- Kenya's richest daughter Anerlisa Muigai finally broke her silence on allegation that she had gone broke

- Anerlisa was reported to have accrued a KSh 19.9 million debt after failing t pay several loans

Sassy entrepreneur and Keroche Breweries heiress has finally addressed allegations stating that she has gone completely broke.

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Anerlisa had been completely quiet after rumour hit the street that she had made away with KSh 19.9 million borrowed from a shylock.

"God can never put you into battles you cannot fight. Always remember that. Count your blessings, brush your shoulder and walk." She wrote.

The bodacious bombshell was accused of not settling the humongous debt she owed a shylock simply known as Dennis Mwangeka.

Dennis through his lawyers stated that Anerlisa had given a Range Rover evoque and Audi Q7 as collateral back in 2015 when she first took up a loan of KSh 5.5 million meant to be paid with a 10 percent interest.

However, Anerlisa's mother reportedly claimed the cars stating that they were registered under her company and not her daughter.

Reports further indicate that the beauty took up another loan of KSh 4.2 million that was to be paid with a five percent interest despite not settling her previous outstanding debt.

Reliable reports also indicate that the heiress allegedly coughed up KSh 346,000 on September, 21 2015 to try and settle her initial loan.

Other reports had even stated that part of the money Anerlisa borrowed was meant for her then boyfriend Ben Kangangi.

The cars she had provided as collateral could allegedly not settle the debt as she had not provided the logbooks to the shylock.

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