Willis Raburu is a hurting man, still mourning the loss of his first and only child, baby Adana who unfortunately did not make it out alive.
This is after taking to his Twitter on Wednesday, publicly admitting that he misses his daughter, one he never met but one he only wishes is resting in eternal peace.
Revealing just how much strength it takes to pull oneself out of a dark place mentally and for those that managed to remain stable all through, he penned “I’m proud of you.”
Speaking to his daughter with faith that she could hear him from above, a dear Raburu serenaded his little baby girl with love, urging her to keep making noise in Heaven.
In yet another disturbing post, a sad photo of the ever bubbly Willis Raburu, talking of how someone turned a blind eye to the way he feels. And how they are now the reason he is numb because even when he tries to give them his time, it is just never ideal.
Unfortunately, his messages sparked mixed reactions from fans but what came out loudest was just how men had been restrained never to talk about how they feel nor publicly express their emotions.
Because even when they try to open up, women won’t listen or maybe make fun of them and even worse, use what they have heard, against them.
A reality that had seen many men sink into depression, because that is how society dictated a man should be brought up and should carry himself in public spaces.
Baby Adana’s loss
Willis and his ex-wife, Marya Prude Ngami lost their unborn baby, Adana just before 2020 clocked in, sending them into distress and hard times.
The couple took a break to fly abroad for a few months as a way of healing only to return and part ways in unclear circumstances.
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