Royal Media Service owned Citizen TV employee Willis Raburu has taken to his Instagram page to complain about how people are much concerned about the material things disregarding their health. According to Willis, many people tend think about getting into relationship will financially stable partners while at the same time paying little attention to their mental health and their well-being.
The celebrated news anchor also went on state in video shared on his Instagram stories that while many are focusing on what their partners has, they also forget to consider the spiritual and emotional stability of their partners. Well, this comes at a time when many especially the parents are facing financial challenges, that is said to be as a result of rising cost of living which has been worsened by the Covid-19.
This argument also comes at a time when there is sharp rise in divorces and separations among the couples most of which are caused by extreme misunderstandings. There has also been murder cases involving family members, some of which are caused by depression.
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