Citizen TV 10 over 10 show host Willis Raburu and his wife Ivy Namu has has been forced to respond after one of their fans asks to be adopted. Responding to fan's appeal, Ivy confirmed their love for her.
On his side, Willis seemed to have accepted the request, asking the fan about the documents so that they could make her request a reality.
All these started after the fan shared a cryptic message, claiming she had been a third wheel for long to the point she was feeling it was wise for Willis and his wife Ivy to adopt her. Recognizing her request, the journalist shared her post on his Instagram stories.
This comes at a time Willis Raburu and Ivy Namu have been receiving praises from their online fans based on how they related and display their love for each other online. Just a few hours ago, Ivy had a Q&A session with her Instagram fans where many came out to confess how they have been looking up to her as their source of inspiration, especially on matters of love.
Responding to questions of if they do fight, Ivy said no. According to her, they have never fought, except some disagreements which are normal in relationships.
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