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Check Out Famous Kenyan Socialite, Vera Sidika Net Worth And Biography!!

She is a Kenyan socialite, a model, Television personality, video vixen and entrepreneur who came to limelight in year 2009. No wonder she is making so much money to afford her the lavish lifestyle she lives. In this article, we look at Vera Sidika net worth and all the luxurious lifestyles that many could only dream of.

Vera Sidika Net Worth

Vera is one of the richest celebrities in Kenya, she breaks into limelight in 2012 after featuring as the video girl in P-Unit’s single “You Guy”. Vera Sidika net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million, she has a number of expensive cars, jewelries and so many others.

Full Name: Vera Sidika

Country: Kenya

Occupation: Television personality, Model, video vixen, Socialite

Net Worth: $2.5 Million


Vera Sidika was born in September 1989, in Mombasa, Kenya, she is the first and only daughter in the family. At the age of 17 she modeled as plus size model where she participated in contests and fashion shows. Vera later attended Kenyatta University to pursue her degree in BA Art and Design.



As of December 2015, Vera and other Kenyan social media personalities namely; fashion stylist Silvia Njoki, musician and actress Ella Ciru, NGO ambassador and student Gertrude Murunga, architect Kiki Diang’a, fitness instructor Marjolein Blokland and socialite and singer Pendo, starred in reality television series, Nairobi Diaries. The show delves into the ladies day-to-day lives, but she has quit the show in February, 2016.

Vera has been voted as one of Africa’s top and East Africa’s top video vixens. She owns a large scale poultry farm and owns an online shop where she sell clothes.

Vera Sidika revealed to Larry Omondi Madowo, a Kenyan journalist and news anchor in her words “My body is my business and it is a money-maker. Vera charges from a range of $2000-$2500 per hour just to make an appearance at an event.


Written by How Africa

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