Anerlisa revealed that her late sister's memory is what inspired her to lose weight over the past few months
By Vivianne Wandera | November 10th 2020
Keroche Breweries heiress and owner of Executive Water Anerlisa Muigai has revealed that she has cut down her weight to her late sister’s Tecra Muigai’s weight, so she can keep her memory alive. Anerlisa revealed that her late sister's memory was what inspired her to lose weight over the past few months.
Sharing on her Instagram stories, the Executive Water boss shared how much her family misses her late sister, and in order to keep her memory alive, she chose to lose weight to her sister’s size. According to Anerlisa, she has been able to help her family see her sister through her by losing weight.
“My family and I miss tecra so much that I promised I’ll lose weight to her size so every time they look at me they see her, but when I speak they hear my voice. God bless us all,” shared Anerlisa.
The bubbly Anerlisa, who is married to Tanzanian bongo star Ben Pol, has been sharing her weight loss journey and flouting her curvy body on social media. This is after getting back to her weight loss workout during the quarantine period. She has cut weight down to 62 kilograms.
Tecra lost her life in May this year due to head injuries after alegedly falling down a fleet of stairs. The incident happened in Lamu where Tecra was living at the time with her boyfriend, Omar Lali. She was laid to rest in a private ceremony in Naivasha with a few friends and ffamily in attendance.
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