Vera Sidika Sells Her Ksh85 Million Kitisuru Mansion And Relocates To Kiserian In Kajiado County 

Vera Sidika, the renowned socialite known for her striking appearance, has recently made a notable shift in her residence. She has transitioned from the luxurious surroundings of the Kitisuru neighborhood to a more modest apartment complex located in Kiserian, Kajiado County.

This move transpired shortly after her separation from her husband, Brown Mauzo. Vera, who is a mother of two, made the decision to relocate to Kiserian, where she had acquired an apartment three years ago.

In 2015, Vera Sidika had invested in a lavish multimillion-shilling home in Nairobi’s Kitisuru area. However, she made the significant choice to depart from this property in 2020 and established a permanent residence in Mombasa.

Vera had resided in her opulent Kitisuru home for a mere five years before opting to leave it behind and make Mombasa her new home in September 2020. The primary reason for this change was her budding relationship with Brown Mauzo, who was based in Mombasa.

This move to Mombasa also marked the relocation of her business operations. She was steadfast in her decision to leave Nairobi and start anew in Mombasa.

Nonetheless, the legitimacy of Vera Sidika’s ownership of the Kitisuru property was called into question by socialite Amber Ray. Amber publicly alleged that Vera was not the owner of the Kitisuru residence, but rather a tenant. She contended that Vera had vacated the property due to the prohibitive cost of rent in the affluent neighborhood.

Amber Ray further suggested that Vera’s former landlord was a family friend and asserted that the socialite had misrepresented her situation to her followers by insisting she had purchased the Kitisuru mansion.

In response to these allegations, Vera Sidika had defended herself, vehemently asserting, “I bought my house 5 years ago, and it’s 5 years later that people want to talk sh*t that I borrow the house for pics. Where were y’all 5 years ago when I got it? Y’all weren’t available to hate when it was still new. Y’all were too embarrassed to hate.”