• Samuel Mutisya of Samumu auctioneers who was on the ground to execute the court order dated April 20, 2022, told Mpasho that the law must be observed and obeyed.
• According to the court papers, auctioneers wanted to obtain her property and attach it to the debt of Kshs. 3,399,148.45.
Keroche Breweries heiress Anerlisa Muigai is still being hounded by a case that started back in 2018.
4 years ago, Mwananchi Credit Limited and Dennis Mombo sued Anerlisa for defaulting in paying a loan of Ksh 13m.
Yesterday, auctioneers tried to access her posh apartments in Lavington in vain after a politician allegedly threatened to call goons of them.
Samuel Mutisya of Samumu auctioneers who was on the ground to execute the court order dated April 20, 2022, told Mpasho that the law must be seen and obeyed.
"Our presence here was pure to enforce the law," he said.
Mutisya further said 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."
According to the court papers, auctioneers wanted to obtain her property and attach it to the debt of Kshs. 3,399,148.45.
Among the property was household goods and her cars.
Details on the lawsuit paper said;
"She defaulted in servicing the loan leading to the institution of HCCC No. 357 of 2017 which was referred for mediation; that when the suit was pending mediation, the defendant negligently and recklessly published on social media namely her Facebook and Instagram platforms untrue allegations against the plaintiffs which were defamatory.
That the publications against the plaintiffs in their natural and ordinary meaning meant and were understood to mean inter alia that the 1st plaintiff company was incorporated to carry out fraudulent business under the guise of a lending institution.
That the 2nd plaintiff is a fraudster who uses his company to defraud people and he had colluded with one Ben Kangangi to defraud the defendant of KShs.20,000,000."
Following the suit, a decree by the high court was signed by the deputy registrar on October 26, 2020, reads: " That the judgment be and is hereby entered in favour of the 2nd Plaintiff (Dennis Mombo) against the Defendant (Anerlisa) in the sum of Ksh 2,500,000."
Anerlisa didn't respond when contacted for comment.