Raburu and Namu/courtesy
Citizen TV news presenter Willis Raburu has welcomed a baby girl today, and he feels very happy. The lover of Raburu Ivy Namu could not hide her joy, after she delivered safely. Namu went to her Instagram account, and she said “My daughter is here, safe and sound. She is beautiful and God is so good.”
Raburu also went to his Instagram account, and he said “A queen birthed a queen”. Raburu was so excited, and he expressed his joy with a lot of feelings. Media personality Diana Marua and musician Kevin Kioko are also expecting a child anytime from now, and they are so excited.
Raburu and Namu/courtesy.
Diana loves showing her baby bump, and she is anxiously waiting for nine months to elapse. Kioko is also excited with this news, and he is supporting his wife in this times of difficulties.
The parents of Raburu and Namu went to the hospital, so that they can witness the great event themselves. They were very happy, and they could not help admiring their little granddaughter.
Many Kenyans were very happy, after they heard about this great news. They went online, so that they can react. Abigail Mutuene asked how many ladies does a man need, so that be can relax.
Margret Luka said Raburu's smile is so great, and it overpowers those of many ladies. Margret also said some people from Nigeria can't tell the difference between Raburu and Namu, because they are both having the same hairstyle.
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