Willis Raburu reveals his biggest regret as he turns 29

Willis Raburu reveals his biggest regret as he turns 29

Citizen Television news anchor and reporter Willis Raburu has turned 29 on April 1, and no…it’s not a prank. While there are many things that the charismatic Power Breakfast presenter has to celebrate, the 29-year-old says that he has one major regret, and it happens to be a humanitarian one. “My biggest regret is not helping enough people – which is very hard. That explains why I am looking for a lot of money,” Raburu told Citizen Digital. The Kisumu-born TV host says that he feels this reget tug at his heart more when he goes back home. “There are things I go home and wish I could do. I did not help as many people in the past, and it is something that I have thought over and I am ready to pursue. I have learnt from the past and moved on.” Willis Raburu also shared three key highlights of his life as he edges closer to becoming a tricenarian. Key highlights “When I was 24 and I got hired by Citizen Television straight out of campus – that was a very pivotal point in my life. Many did not believe that one can get employed at a reputable organization without having ‘key’ connections. The job came at a time when I had been turned down by other local TV stations – they told me I did not have the right type of voice for broadcast,” he said. “Another highlight for me was two months ago when I lost 6kgs. That is the largest body weight I have ever lost. I did a lot of detoxification and healthy eating. I might have gained some (weight) back, but I am going to hit the gym soon.” “Another highlight is when I was 18. My dad believes that one shouldn’t possess a phone before they become an adult; so when I reached 18 and got my first Nokia 3310, I was very elated,” said Willis Raburu. Happy birthday Willis – don’t grow up, don’t wear a tie! Watch, below, Raburu speak about his regret:  

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