Willis Raburu's Rare 'Shoe Size' That Makes Him Shop In USA
By mungajane | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Citizen TV's Willis Raburu has wowed his fans after he came.out and spoke about his shoes size. The 10 Over 10 presenter was speaking during an interview in the YouTube when he reveled the challenges that he has been going through while looking for a fitting shoe.
He said that finding a fitting shoe in Kenya has been a big challenge making him to make his orders from United States of America. The TV host puts on shoe number 14. Fans have made fun after realising how the Raburu has been wearing a very extra large size of shoe.to an extent that he cannot find it in the local market.
Some of the social media users have said that Raburu doesn't not want to promote the local market and that is why he goes for international markets to do shopping. Bearing in mind that when one reaches to a certain age they do not grow, many have questioned on what he uses to do when he had no ability to import shoes from US.
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