Willis Raburu Explains What’s Next For Him After Exit From Royal Media Services
Willis Raburu, a renowned media personality, has announced his exit from Royal Media Services (RMS). Raburu worked at RMS for 13 years, where he served as a news anchor, entertainment show host, radio show host, and TV reporter.
In a tweet, Raburu expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to work at RMS, saying that it helped him to break barriers, inspire change, and connect with people. He also said that he was looking forward to new adventures.
Raburu’s media journey began in 2010, when he started working as an intern at RMS. He has since interviewed key influential people in the society, including former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. He also covered the war in Somalia.
His most notable work at RMS was the 10 Over 10 show, which he hosted for several years. The show allowed him to showcase his creativity in the entertainment industry. Raburu said that the show was a great experience and that it helped him to grow and learn.
The presenter has not yet revealed his next move. However, he said that he is taking a break to rest, step back, and look at everything. He also said that he plans to share his knowledge through a book and that he will continue with his master’s degree at the University of South Africa.
Raburu’s exit from RMS is a significant loss for the media house. He is one of Kenya’s most popular and respected media personalities. However, his departure also opens up new opportunities for other talented individuals.
It will be interesting to see what Raburu does next. He is a talented and versatile individual, and I am sure that he will continue to be successful in whatever he does.