Tabitha Karanja Biography, Age, Business, Controversy, Husband and Net Worth.

Tabitha Karanja is a renowned Kenyan entrepreneur, businesswoman, industrialist, CEO, and Founder of Keroche Breweries Limited. She co-owns the Keroche Breweries Limited with her husband Karanja who is the Chairman of the Company.

However, the company was shut down by Kenya Revenue Authority on Friday 4 March for failure to comply with Tax regulations. At the time of closure, the company had ksh 322 Million tax arrears.

Tabitha Karanja Age and Place of Birth.

Tabitha is 58 years old as of the year 2022. She was born on August 29 1964 in Nakuru county near Kijabe.

Tabitha Education and Career Background

Tabitha joined the University of Nairobi for a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Upon graduation from university, she secured a job at the ministry of tourism where she worked Tas an accounts clerk for about two years.

Tabitha Karanja Business

Tabitha met her husband Karanja who was operating a Hardware business in Naivasha. After some time, the couple decided to close down the hardware business and venture into the then un-flooded wine-making business.

They began by producing 200 litres of the Vienna brand. The beer was received well by the consumers and soon the demand for more alcohol grew, prompting them to introduce another four brands of drinks.

They subsequently began manufacturing Gin and Vodka under Keroche Industries company. This came just after the government had introduced high taxation on liquor. The company experienced massive growth in the year 2008, this enabled them to produce one of Kenya’s most popular drinks known as Summit. The company was able to comfortably produce over 500,000 bottles of beer in a day.

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The industry was later renamed Keroche Breweries in the year 2015. As this happened, more funds were injected into the plant, increasing its production capacity to 110 Million liters of liquor per annum. The then minister of trade Adan Mohammed called for the commissioning of the plant on 31st march 2015  following its renaming.

Tabitha Husband, Family, and Children

Tabitha Karanja

Tabitha met her husband in Naivasha while he was working at hardware and engaged to him. The two later married and brought forth four children namely; James Karanja, Anerlisa Muigai, Edward Muigai, and Tecra Muigai.

Tabitha Karanja Daughter Tecra dies