Roshanara Ebrahim, the former Miss Kenya has been told to take her case against Ashleys to court like she had threatened to, the week before. The Miss World Kenya franchise says that it has enough evidence to back up their decision of taking away her title
A Miss World Kenya title holder earns around KSh 30,000 from the Ashleys Kenya franchise every month. This is according to Terry Mungai- the Ashleys CEO who spoke to the Standard Digital.
Ashleys has been on the limelight after the franchise was accused by Roshanara Ebrahim, a former Miss Kenya of stripping her of her title without following the correct procedure.
Ebrahim said that she learnt of the developments through the media and had not agreed to any settlement with the franchise- contrary to an earlier communique, that she had agreed to Ashleys decision.
In connection to that, Ebrahim had threatened to sue Ashleys with a letter demanding an apology from Mungai being sent to Ashley’s by her lawyer.
A week later, the Ashleys CEO has told the girl to go to court if she may, that the franchise had enough evidence to back their tragic decision of taking away her title.
Ebrahim had been accused of gross misconduct which had put the franchise’s reputation on the line occasioning her stripping.
Ashleys says that they did not release the damning evidence because they wanted to protect her dignity as well as save her from public shame and ridicule.
That, Ashleys, is in possession of damning evidence speculated to be racy photos of the former Miss Kenya engaging in ‘gross misconduct’.
A communique that had appeared on Kenyan dailies had stated that the beauty queen was informed of the new developments and had agreed to them- claims that she later refuted.
Her title has been assumed by the first runners up and Miss World Kiambu county, Evelyne Njambi – a 23-year-old interior design student at Maseno University.
Ebrahim has previously been linked, rather sensationally to a local politician who she was alleged to have been romantically involved with.
In interviews and statements that she wrote in response to the allegations, Ebrahim denied any sort of connection with the lawmaker, terming the rumours ‘malicious’ and ‘unfounded’