• Anerlisa Muigai says she was not in her Lavington home when auctioneers showed up.
• Auctioneers told Mpasho they were intimidated by a popular politician who threatened to call goons on them if they accessed Anerlisa's house
Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai denied being at her posh Lavington home yesterday when auctioneers tried to access her posh abode.
Mwananchi Credit Limited and Dennis Mombo sued Anerlisa for defaulting on paying a loan of Ksh 13m.
The auctioneers wanted to attach some of her property to a high court decree over the defamation suit which has earned interest to Kshs. 3,399,148.45.
Among the property that was to be attached are household goods and her cars.
Samuel Mutisya of Samumu auctioneers who was on the ground to execute the court order dated April 20, 2022, told Mpasho they said they were intimidated by a popular politician who threatened to call goons on them.
Asked if they talked to Anerlisa, Mutisya told Mpasho;
"We talked to Anerlisa, but she could not come out to discuss the matter with us."
Well, in a long Instagram post, Anerlisa claims she learnt about the whole issue on the phone as she was in Nakuru on Wednesday.
"Nobody even saw journalists. Again, they tried to fabricate stories that I ran into hiding in someone's house yet the whole of yesterday, I was in Nakuru. I was only getting to know all this from the phone."
She told haters to give her peace as she has been through so much since last year.
"The last thing I want is any drama."
Anerlisa added that she is not in competition with anyone.
"Those who know me, know that I like my peaceful life and a quiet one."
The auctioneers further said;
"Our presence here was pure to enforce the law," he said.
Mutisya added that the auction notice is still valid and they will do anything necessary.
"Even if it means taking her car if we find her with it, we will do that. This is to remind people that court orders are not issued in vain."