Willis Raburu (born 1st April 1987 in Nyando District, Kisumu County) is a Kenyan media personality.
His husky voice on ‘hosts 10 over 10’ and ‘Truthmeter’ has drawn people’s attention to him.
The show airs on Citizen Weekend and centers on what Kenyan politics, what the politicians did, and say during the week.
|Age||33 years old|
|Date of birth||1st April 1987|
|Place of birth||Kano, Nyando District in Kisumu County|
|Wife||Mary Ngami (seperated)|
|Alma mater||Moi University|
Willis was born into a family of four (4) children, he is the third born and the last born son in the family.
Willis Raburu got married to Mary Ngami, also known as Marya Prude. All Africa reported that the couple is no longer living together.
The couple had their separation immediately they lost their daughter, Adana.
The couple has been having issues even during the early days of the pregnancy, his wife accused the TV presenter of cheating.
“She said they lost the baby because Raburu was cheating. Their issues started just after Marya Prude became pregnant but things worsen when their baby girl passed on this year,” a source told Nairobi News.
He studied at Aga Khan Primary school in Kisumu City. Willis later joined Chemelil Academy High school, a mixed boarding school.
He attended Moi University, a Bachelor of Information Science from the institution.
His dad wanted him to do IT, but he had a passion for Media. Not to disappoint his father at the early stage of his study, he lied that he was studying IT.
In 2010, his father discovered that he chose the Media over IT in his graduation.
He Joined K24 as an intern during his third year at Moi University. Upon graduating, the Citizen TV hired him TV in October 2010. Then he was twenty-four years old and has worked there till date.