It is now seven months since popular Citizen TV presenter Willis Raburu’s wife Marya prude Ngami had a stillbirth.

Well known for the Friday night 10 over 10 entertainment show, Raburu can’t seem to get over the loss the daughter whom the couple had even named Adana before she was due.

A few days ago, the TV host posted a message on his Twitter account, indicating that the pain is not doing away soon.

Raburu and his wife went through a very tough time, with the media personality taking time off from the screen for a while.

He even travelled overseas, to the United States, to be precise, and came back looking a little different, having shed a few kilos from his big frame.

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In memory of the daughter that he never had, he had a queen’s crown tatoo done on his hand with the exact date when the unexpected happened.

Raburu and wife Marya Prude got married in 2017 and the couple had not been blessed with the fruit of the womb until the unfortunate incident happened, denying them a chance to have their firstborn.

In March, there were rumours that they had separated over infidelity claims against the TV personality.

Raburu has never commented on the matter even after his wife allegedly removed his name from her social media platforms.

A Ugandan woman alleged to have been the cause of the alleged breakup said she did not even know Raburu.

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