Media personality Willis Raburu a.k.a "Bazu" and his fiance Ivy Namu for the first time they have unveil their son face. A picture posted by Ivy Namu of his official social media " my personal people, heaven sent and more than I could ever wish for' ivy Namu wrote on his social media page. The two love birds seems to be really enjoying their relationship. He who finds a true love really enjoys the fruit of love.
Willis Raburu is a Kenyan media personality currently working at Citizen television station and host at hot 96 fm. Together with his girlfriend Ivy Namu their welcomed their first born in july these year. The two have been dating on a low key but finally they have made their relationship to be public. Ivy Namu took a picture of her holding his son and Raburu behind both of them smiling and this indicates how the family is happy.
Congratulations Willis Raburu and his fiance Ivy Namu for show your son face to the public for the first time.
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