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Anerlisa Muigai Biography

Anerlisa Muigai is a Kenyan entrepreneur, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of NERO- a company that produces Executive drinking mineral water. She is the daughter of Keroche Breweries CEO, Tabitha Karanja.

She was introduced to the world of business at an early age. In 2013 she decided to go all out on her own in an industry somewhat similar but very much unlike that chosen by her mother. Inspired by the growth and expansion of the beverages industry, she started her own company, NERO.

Anerlisa Muigai Age

Anerlisa was born in 1988, her exact date and month of birth is not yet updated. She is somehow private when it comes to matters concerning her personal life.

Anerlisa Muigai Family

Anerlisa is the firstborn daughter of  Keroche CEO Tabitha Karanja and Joseph Karanja. Anerlisa has three siblings, James Karanja ( serves as the Chairman of Keroche Breweries Limited), Edward Muigai, and Tecra Muigai.

Anerlisa Muigai Net worth

Anerlisa Muigai as a Kenyan entrepreneur has an estimated net worth of over $1 billion.

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Anerlisa Muigai Business

Keroche heiress Anerlisa named among 40Under-40 Business Icons in Africa

Keroche Breweries heiress Anerlisa is among three Kenyans named among 40, Under-40 African Business Icons by Business Elites Africa magazine. Others are EcoPost Founder Lorna Rutto and Nairobi-based entrepreneur Mark Kaigwa.

She was recognized for not focusing on her family’s riches and instead of launching a multi-million company, NERO, which manufactures premium drinking water targeting those with class and style. The magazine says Executive Water is one of the topmost on-demand brands on supermarket shelves in Kenya.

She also bagged the runners up position in the Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the Young Entrepreneurs Awards organized by Bizna.

Ms. Rutto, 33, resigned from her job in 2009 to start EcoPost, which converts waste plastic into polls and fence posts as an alternative to timber. The venture has saved the country’s endangered forests.

On the other hand, Kaigwa, 26, is also a Nairobi-based filmmaker, consultant, digital marketer, motivational speaker, and social media enthusiast. His focus has been fixed on using social media to connect businesses to customers in Africa. He has also authored several speakers and has featured on CNN, BBC, Aljazeera and The Guardian.

Anerlisa Muigai Ambition

Speaking to the media, She categorically went on the record by stating that she was determined to make NERO a household name. Additionally, she has planned the release of several high-end products into the market.

Anerlisa Muigai And Betty Kyalo

Keroche Breweries heiress has accused the media of trying to create a rift between her and TV presenter Betty Kyallo.

The Rich Kid of Kenyan Instagram has once again been in people’s mouths for reportedly declining to appear on Betty Kyallo’s show on K24 TV, Popularly known as “Up Close With Betty”.

Kyallo has been hosting celebrities and showing their homes as she gets candid with them on ‘Weekend With Betty’. Among the celebrities who have featured are Another, Njugush, and Khaligraph Jones.

As for her, fans shouldn’t hold their breath for an inside look into her private life. A fan asked the entrepreneur why she hasn’t appeared on the show, to which she responded: “I declined as I prefer a life more private now. “

No sooner had she made the comment than a section of blogs alluded that she declined because Betty Kyallo did not wish her a happy birthday when she turned 31 in January.

This seems to have angered Anerlisa, who blasted Tuko.co.ke for trying to create a conflict with Betty Kyallo.

She wrote: “I am all about women empowerment and it’s really saddening when I see certain stories go round. I made a light comment about why I did not want to show my life on tv and that’s because I prefer my life private now but you media people just want to create conflict between BK and I. What does my birthday have to do with my show appearance? Yes I did say about not been wished happy birthday but really…is that even news? I mean I also don’t remember their birthdays until they post about it… please keep me out of your dramas/created stories and shout out to BETTY KYALLO for your amazing show, I wish you nothing but the best and to every woman out there trying to make ends meet, I pray daily that we all make it to the  top ?.#OnlySpreadingLove#HateIsCheap#WomenEmpowerment#2019DramaFreeYear.”

Anerlisa Muigai on weight loss

Anerlisa Muigai had an eating disorder that made her weigh 124kgs. After that weight gain, he wanted to shed some weight and that she did and she decided to share her method of weight loss This is what she posted.

“Have you ever reached to that point in your life where everyone thinks you have everything but deep down you feel you have nothing? Well, that’s how I felt last year when I was 124kgs. My world had crashed, I didn’t look forward to the next day, I had only 3 clothes that fit my size 24 body, I completely stopped loving myself, simple things like hair and nails were a mission to do. I hated everything around me, I also hated anyone who commented about my weight, just ate like a pig, to be honest. What even hurt most was seeing screen munches of people discussing about my weight and making fun of it. My family worried about me especially my mother who used to look straight into my eyes with her teary eyes begging me to lose weight. I avoided family functions because I didn’t like any comments about what I ate.

Yes, I had an eating disorder that grew over the years. I just “yo-yoed” with my weight. I guess even the reason for my stress was my battle with weight over the years. Everything seemed perfect but deep inside I saw nothing. So many things kept going through my head until one morning I woke up from my sleep, I remember my heart pumping so fast and felt like I was running out of breath, I started crying so hard but that’s when my life turned around and thought ONLY ME could change me. I also thought I had a brand Executive still water that needed my undivided attention.

On 4th Jan 2016, I decided to turn my life around by changing what I ate, started by jogging a little, step by step, day by day I made progress and that motivated me. I honestly could say so much about my struggle but today I want to thank Godia Daniel and Justin Wallis for being the biggest support system throughout my weight loss journey. You guys have taken so much bs from me but I thank you for being the best trainers ever and for been patient, you taught me that I don’t have to be great to start but I have to start to be great…

For those struggling with weight problems, I want to assure you that it is possible and it can be done if you set your mind into it. Nobody is perfect. Always remember what you eat in private, shows in public, lastly know that every day isn’t gonna be perfect, but each day you are learning, you’re growing and continue chasing the better you. Start today not tomorrow. Have a successful week and start making changes, it doesn’t have to be weight related.

‘’Good morning, thank you for all your kind comments. I am really humbled… I thought I try to answer some of your questions that most of you would like to know.

EXERCISE:- First 2 months I did 1 hr of not so intense exercise which involved walking, pilates and yoga with Godia.

The 4 months that followed I did 2 hours of serious training with an ex-military trainer. This is where I lost most of my weight (30kgs). Alternatively, there are boot camp classes in Arboretum with [email protected]_camp

My training till now has been one hour every day of cardio and toning up [email protected]
DIET:- Personally I have completely cut down on sugar, I cook with olive or canola oil. I prefer steamed, boiled or grilled very lean food especially meat. I also measure my carbohydrates with a tablespoon, I only have 2 servings 3 times a week, I prefer wild rice (get from zuchinni). I also take lots of of#executivestillwater. 5 liters a day. I prefer lots of proteins like beans since they keep you full for longer. Lots of sukuma wiki (kales) and spinach too are lovely for vitamins.

HUNGER:- If you exercise and see the results and also remember where you have come from, trust me the last thing in your mind is food. It’s all in the mind.

BODY:- My arms are still the hardest to lose, working towards toning them to avoid loose skin.
My stomach -: Was the first to go because even when I was big it was the last to add, still have a bit to work on.
Stretchmarks:- there are so many treatments to get rid of them, laser happens to be the one I prefer.

I hope with the above, I have answered most of your questions and I also hope that you will start making changes. Surround yourself with people with the same goals.

Motivate yourself with what eats you most, for me all the mean things I heard people discussing about my obese body, motivated me to work harder. Success is the best revenge but remembers you are doing this for yourself and for your health. Have a great day, God blessings.’’ She posted yesterday.

Anerlisa Muigai Family

Anerlisa Muigai is the daughter of Keroche CEO Tabitha Karanja and is the sister of Tecra.

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Anerlisa shows off some skin and Team Mafisi can’t stop drooling

February 7th, 2019 

Keroche Breweries heiress Anerlisa Muigai has left Team Mafisi salivating after posting a series of pictures of herself with exposed thighs.

Anerlisa is currently in Dar es Salaam visiting her boyfriend singer Ben Pol.

The two have been inseparable since going on holidays in Dubai and returning home for Ben Pol’s formal introduction to Anerlisa’s family in a colourful event.

The pictures shared on Instagram capture Anerlisa looking stunning in a flower-patterned wrap around dress.

In all the photos, she is seated on a high bar stool with her legs crossed over each other.

What has made the picture a trending topic is how the front part of the dress is hiked up suggestively for a generous view of her thighs.

“Anyone can make you smile, many people can make you cry, but it takes someone special to make you smile with tears in your eyes… Good Morning,” she captioned the photos.

As expected the picture elicited varied reactions from netizens with some complimenting her for her beauty while others reprimanding her for exposing herself too much.

Mustaphaernest said, “Umeanza kukaa uchi nawewe sasa, unataka kujifanya Tanasha kutukalia uchi? Tunataka uwe kama mke wa king kiba ficha viuongo vyako vyote vya mwili ukijichanganya tu tutakuacha.”

Nk_muiruri wrote, “Looking elegant.”

Terabanks06 commented, “I like what I see.”

Tandaikagerald said, “Umeanza kale kaugonjwa Ka tanasha ee hayo mapaja ni Mali ya Ben Pol usiyaweke hadharani kiasi hiyo aseeh.”

Jennywaire said, “Mrembo kweli!”

Muchirinjoro wrote, “You are very very very beautiful. I wish you were mine.”

Kelvinwanjalasi said, “Those thighs fire.”

Adopted from:https://nairobinews.nation.co.ke

Keroche Breweries heiress Anerlisa is among three Kenyans named among 40, Under-40 African Business Icons by Business Elites Africa magazine. Others are EcoPost Founder Lorna Rutto and Nairobi-based entrepreneur Mark Kaigwa.

She was recognized for not focusing on her family’s riches and instead of launching a multi-million company, NERO, which manufactures premium drinking water targeting those with class and style. The magazine says Executive Water is one of the topmost on-demand brands on supermarket shelves in Kenya.

She also bagged the runners up position in the Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the Young Entrepreneurs Awards organized by Bizna.

Ms. Rutto, 33, resigned from her job in 2009 to start EcoPost, which converts waste plastic into polls and fence posts as an alternative to timber. The venture has saved the country’s endangered forests.

On the other hand, Kaigwa, 26, is also a Nairobi-based filmmaker, consultant, digital marketer, motivational speaker, and social media enthusiast. His focus has been fixed on using social media to connect businesses to customers in Africa. He has also authored several speakers and has featured on CNN, BBC, Aljazeera and The Guardian.