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Willis Raburu takes a break from TV and radio, here is why

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Citizen TV and Hot 96 presenter Willis Raburu has taken a break a break from radio and TV to morn the death of his unborn child.

In a long Facebook post, Willis Raburu said that in the last few days his heart has been torn and shuttered.

He continues by saying the pain he has gone through has left him with many questions and a different perception of life.

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“Over the past few days, my heart has been shattered and torn into several pieces.

The pain I have felt has been immeasurable and one that words fail to aptly capture. It has left me with several questions and literally reset my outlook on life.”

It is due to those reasons that he has decided to take a break as he joins his wife to go through the motions.

He has however promised the shows will go on as there are people who will step in his place until he returns back.

“While I am away several people will be holding the fort for me, the shows will go on and I want to thank them in advance for heeding the abrupt call to action.”

Finally he thanks everyone who has stood by him and his wife during the hard time.

“I want to say thank you for those in the know who continue to lift my wife and I in prayer and ask that you continue to do so up until the time I will be back on your screens and on your radio! I love you all, you make me who I am. See you soon. Successful people look like you!”

Celine Wakesho
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