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Secure the bag! Anerlisa Muigai reiterates advice to ladies

Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai has reiterated her advice to ladies urging them to get themselves a wealthy man.

In a post on her Instagram stories, Anerlisa shared a reel of her ‘role model’ Leyla Milani, a Canadian – American model who is touring the world with her husband and could not help but eye in ‘jealousy.’

Milani was enjoying the beach, and cruising through in the company of her husband sending the ‘rich’ wife vybe to the awe and admiration of her fans.

“This wife is living my dream. Get you a wealthy man. Do not settle for less,” Anerlisa shared.

This is not the first time the Nero Water company Chief Exe3cutive has advised women to bag themselves a rich man.

In April 2023, she pointed out to her younger followers that they could get rich men to have babies with if they felt marriage was not a path for them to take.

“I don’t know how this will sound, but to my younger audience, please protect yourself until you get a proper career/marriage. A child in a proper marriage is always blessed but if you don’t want a marriage, at least let your baby daddy be rich; and not just the richness of cars (they depreciate). I mean the richness of a successful business with a promising future,” read part of her post.

In 2021, Anerlisa complained about men using their women’s money. Through her social media platform, she said that it felt different when a man comes home and throws you a ‘loose $500’ (Sh563,000) from whatever deal he makes adding that women too enjoy being spoilt.

“We are tired of people eating our money. May our money rest,” she said.

Prior to the post, she called out men who were being financed by women saying, “Looking for independent women to take care of you is really short term. Women, too, get tired of taking care of you! If you know, you know. He will never love you for you, he will love you for what you can offer, and once the offers stop, so does his time for you.”

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