Parenthood is an interesting journey that has its own ups and downs. Many people would love to be parents at some point in life. Children are said to be a blessing from God and therefore, parents should strive to give their children the best in life.
Willis Raburu is the newest father in town. The television personality has taken it to her social media page to post about the news. He has put a picture of the baby's hand. Recently, a video of him and the wife had surfaced online where the two had gone to the clinic of a maternal visit.
The name of the baby has not yet been revealed. This is Willis's second baby. This is after he lost his first child who he had with his ex wife. The two are said to have separated even though it was not clear why they parted ways.
Willis moves on with another lady and he seems happy. Getting a new born has added to his joy. We pray that the new angel will grow in favour of both God and men. Congratulations to Willis and his wife.
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