Citizen TV presenter ,reporter and news anchor in the current affairs desk and also covers human interest stories and features .
He host the highly rated show ten over ten on citizen TV and on radio mid morning on Hot 96 plus reads news on weekends .
The presenter Wills Raburu finally reveals that he gets most of his shoes from the US "majuu" that it is difficult to get size 14 shoes that fit him in Kenya .he said on his social media pages taking Twitter.
Azziad Nasenya Kenyan actress popularly known as Kenya's Tik Tok queen and the host of shoe game youtubu posted on her page "size matters " The world wild wills raburu gets most of his shoe from majuu" she captioned.
Azziad interviewed the TV presenter on her show which is Azziad YouTube channel .
The post as caused stir online some reacted the incident on social media pages .what's your opinion .
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