Anerlisa Muigai is in mourning after the death of her sister Tecra Muigai that occurred on Saturday. Anerlisa shared her sadness with her huge Instagram following with a series of photo posts.
Her last message early this morning was a poignant but short reminder of her late sister with Anerlisa revealing that she was suffering from insomnia. Her caption read, “Too Much Hurt To Handle 💔. #SoBroken #Insomnia.”
Many of her fans tried to commiserate with her in the comments, with all the messages wishing her all strength in this trying time.
Some of the comments below:
cirumuriuki I’m so, so sorry for your loss @anerlisa . May she rest in the arms of Jesus, and May he give you peace that surpasses all human understanding. ❤
sheilamwanyigha God be with you and your family at this time. May He hold you and keep you in this storm. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
iam_missnjoroge Psalms 34:18 “The Lord is Close to the Brokenhearted and saves those who are crashed in the Spirit.” Peace and Rest unto you, May Her Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
sheelahmicheals I know the feeling… Been there 3times. It’s so painful Aki… You cry till there’s no more tears left, you feel alone, wishing things were different. I know it all girl. No words can fill the void this I know from experience but my prayer is that God gives you comfort… Please take heart. She is in a better place. Poleni sana
shirund Pole sana Anerlisa. I’ve been through the journey of losing a sibling and it hurts deep and for years to come. I pray you and your family can celebrate her wonderful memories ❤️❤️
gulf_b My condolences to you and family dear, remember we are all maiti watarajiwa…only God knows time to call us , pls take heart …take care of your mum now…mothers are the most affected ones.
001_habibi Heartfelt prayers and condolences to the entire family
hawa_rama She was beautiful..may she Rest In Peace 🙏
zoya_wanja Am so sorry for your loss, May the Lord God uplift both you and your family in this hard trials..May she rest in peace ..
According to a report in The-Star, Tecra had a swelling in the brain after tumbling down a staircase at a house in Lamu, the Star has learnt.
The condition, which doctors describe as cerebral-edema, means there is a buildup of fluid around the brain, which can lead to brain damage.