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I will never be same again- Willis Raburu after daughter’s death

  • Citizen TV presenter Willis Raburu says his life has taken a new path
  • The celebrated 10 over 10 show host disclosed he is still suffering pain from the loss of his daughter
  • He detailed that he wants to mourn the incidence the best way he knows

Celebrated television and radio personality Willis Raburu has admitted his life will never be the same again following the death of his daughter.

Willis said it is hard to fake smiles and happy moments with an inner guilt feeling in the heart.

Heartbroken Willis still has blurred memories of their daughter who is no more.

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“I still hurt each day, I still get flashbacks, I still cry, I still grieve and I do so privately but the effects and outlet are sometimes public and I am not ashamed of it,” said Willis.

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One day it will hurt a little less.

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Pined Raburu lost her first daughter Adana following complications at birth. Willis took a break from TV and radio to be with his wife in the difficult time.

Marya Prude, Raburu’s wife vowed not to believe in God and his works again claiming the Almighty abandoned her when she needed Him.

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