Keroche Breweries director Tecra Karanja dies in tragic accident

Tecra Muigai, Keroche breweries strategy, and Innovation Director died following an accident on Saturday, May 2. Through a statement, the company announced her death. And further asked Kenyans for respect as they prepare to lay her to rest.

Tecra is also the daughter of the Keroche breweries Chairman Joseph Karanja and the CEO, Tabitha Karanja.

Although the course of her death had not specified, notable sources have revealed that Tecra fell from the staircase of a house in Lamu where she got severe injuries that later caused her death.

Police investigations are already underway to probe the cause of her death. Her boyfriend, who was with during the time of the accident has been apprehended for further investigations.

To Keroche breweries, Tecra Muigai has been described as a brilliant, passionate, and energetic young lady. Who before her death was the source of innovations that have enriched the company’s product range including the development of new brands.

Even in her death, the Company continues to celebrate her further concluding that she was an inspiration to many.

“While we mourn the death of a remarkable young lady, we also celebrate her life and hope that it serves as an example to young people around the world to work hard and make their dreams come true”

In the public eye, Tecra has been a very private person entirely. Very little details of her have been shared by her elder sister Arnerlisa.

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