Popular media personality Willis Raburu and his fiancée Ivy Namu have welcomed their second child together.
In an update on his Instagram page, the media personality disclosed that they welcomed a baby girl.
Raburu shared a photo of Namu inside a hospital ward while holding their newborn.
“A queen birthed a queen. We thank God. Baby girl is here,” the TV presenter wrote.
On the other hand, Namu shared a photo of her mother holding her granddaughter in hospital and captioned it:
“My daughter is here, safe and sound. She is beautiful and God is good.”
Raburu’s mother was also in the hospital.
Last week, Raburu disclosed that he was forced to consider weight loss surgery for the sake of his health.
In an interview with Mungai Eve, the TV presenter noted that he underwent a surgery that cost him KSh 900,000.
Raburu said he was forced to undergo the surgery after working out and hitting the gym failed to work.
He said despite having good trainers, he would go to they gym and cut some weight but he would, again, gain so fast.
“I went for gastric bypass surgery. I respect watu wanaenda gym. Gym ni kazi, nilikua na good trainers but nilikua na loss weight but inarudi,” Raburu said.
The Citizen TV presenter said by the time he underwent the surgery, he was at a bad state health wise and weighed over 160kgs.
“It’s not fun waking up and trying a trouser and it doesn’t fit you. You worry
“By the time I was going for the surgery I was not doing well. I was 164kgs I needed the surgery because my blood pressure and cholesterol were high,” Raburu said.
Raburu said the surgery helped him cut the amount of food he eats and in turn help him shed more weight.
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