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Huddah Monroe to sue defamers for Sh34M over fake news

Huddah asserts that those who defame her will not escape unpunished

Huddah Monroe

Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur Huddah Monroe has made it clear that anyone who goes around spreading fake news about her products could end up paying her a significant amount of money for the damages caused.

Huddah Monroe stated that individuals spreading fake news would undergo product testing conducted by a doctor.

If found responsible, they would be liable to pay a defamation settlement of Sh34 million.

Huddah further emphasized that individuals from all backgrounds, regardless of their financial status, would be required to compensate her with their future earnings as a consequence.

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Huddah expressed that she had invested considerable time and effort to build her name and brand. She asserted her firm determination not to tolerate any interference or tampering with her brand in the forthcoming years.

Huddah emphasized her intention to initiate legal proceedings against publishers who disseminate unfounded information about her.

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She firmly asserted that she would tenaciously pursue the matter until those responsible present verifiable facts to support their claims.

"I have built a name for myself through sweat, hard work and perseverance. Wewe umeingia juzi media you want to shine with Huddah?" Monroe asked.

Huddah expressed her determination to no longer remain passive and let things slide. She vowed to fight for herself until the end of her days.

Directing her message to individuals who anonymously provide information to reporters, she made it clear that their time was now over.

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Huddah firmly stated that she would confront these individuals in court to expose their true identities, including their identification cards.

Additionally, she urged those who rely on such sources for information to exercise due diligence by verifying the accuracy of the details through receipts or other tangible evidence before publishing any content.

Huddah revealed her current age of 30 and emphasized the profound influence that any published content about her would have on her future.

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She strongly urged writers to carefully consider their actions before writing anything concerning her.

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