Vera Sidika: Kenyans Concerned Of Her Health After Seeing Her Thighs

Vera Sidika has been quietly enjoying her maternity break after giving birth to a bouncing baby girl.

The fashionista and socialite is a wife to musician, Brown Mauzo.

The couple posted an adorable photo of their beautiful daughter and, for the first time; they showed her face.

Kenyans were quick to congratulate her but hawk eyed lot noticed something strange that is of concern.

Her health is worrying Kenyans after her lower third thigh looked like a mannequin.

Vera Sidika underwent procedure in the USA to lighten her skin.

According to the socialite, it cost her about 5o million shillings to be a light skin.

It is not yet clear if the effects of the procedure are flaring up.

The controversial socialite has been under the radar for sometime maybe taking time out to be a mother.

Some sources show she is broke because she stopped hawking her body to rich men in Asia.

Affordable Holiday Destinations To Visit In Kenya Over Christmas

1. Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost is an amusement park in a coffee plantation in Kiambu, about 10 kilometers from Nairobi.

You can take part in a variety of activities at the park.

The reason it is one of the most intriguing sites to visit in Kenya is caves.

Those caves were homes to our Mau Mau liberation fighters.

It is one of the most affordable holiday destinations here in Kenya.

Hidden by waterfalls at the front. At Paradise Lake, you may also go boating in motorboats.

You can also feed ostriches, go horseback riding, camelback riding, bird viewing, lunch on the grounds beside the lake, camp, or do nature walks on the site.

All of this is accessible for only Ksh 300 per adult and Ksh 200 per child.

2. Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru is a bird sanctuary in 1960, and becoming national park in 1968.

Along with Maasai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park, Nakuru is one of Kenya’s premier parks, famous for its flamingos.

This park is home to the most rhinos, and it takes pride in its efforts to protect this endangered animal.

It also supports around 450 bird species, including flamingos depending on the season, as well as four of the big five animals.
Activities available here include game drives, bird watching, sightseeing, photography, and picnics.

Locations such as the baboon cliff have an excellent view of both the lake and the park.

However, they don’t allow boating on the lake.



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