Citizen TV entertainment show presenter Willis Raburu’s wife, Marya Prude Ngami, was so bitter with God after a stillbirth at the end last year dimmed her dream of cuddling their first child they had already named Adana.
Marya took to social media, blaming the Creator for allegedly forsaking her when she needed Him most.
Her sentiments came as a shock, as two are known to be good Christians and members of the popular Nairobi-based Jubilee Christian Church founded by Bishop Allan Kiuna and his wife, Pastor Kathy Kiuna.
Raburu defended her wife, saying that people have different ways of mourning and that she should be left to heal in the way she feels comfortable.
Nine months down the line, today, 16th September, Marya has restored her faith in God.
She is no longer blaming Him for anything, but trusting Him with the plans He has for her life.
Marya took to Instagram to express her confidence in God.
She sought consolation in the Bible.
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, So are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts higher than your thoughts.”
It has been a tough time for the young woman, as rumours of separation with her husband emerged around March.
However, Marya has been looking strong, much better, and prettier than ever before.
It not always easy for one to keep going after a major blow in life, but Marya has proven to be one strong woman.
Raburu recently confessed that he still loves and respects Marya so much.
Speaking to fellow Citizen TV presenter Mzazi Willy M. Tuva on his Mseto entertainment show a few days ago, Raburu said that he was to blame himself for exposing his marriage to the public.
Marya has yet to say a word about it, as she presses on with her life, seeking solace from her siblings.