Willis Raburu
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Popular personality Willis Raburu has revealed that he's moving to TV47, which is owned by Cape Media TV 47.

After allegations surfaced that he had been repeatedly spotted on TV 47's premises, the former 10 over 10 ultimately made the announcement on social media.

"Welcome to the new journey… THE WAIT IS OVER! Announcing my partnership with @tv47ke WABEBE! #WabebeXP." He wrote


According to a source close to Mpasho, the TV host will debut his program next month. The timing will be similar to 10 Over 10, but the program will have a different feel.

"It is a Friday night show called Wabebe Experience and it's about music, games, and having fun with the interviewees."

Different celebrities will be hosted by Raburu, but the show won't have a co-host; instead, a deejay will play music for the crowd.


After 13 years of service to the media company controlled by SK Macharia, Raburu left Citizen TV in June of this year.

"They have been too gracious to me. I have tendered in my resignation up to now it has been an amazing transition." He said that the time

"Well I'm going to rest, I want to take a breather, take a step back, I want to share the knowledge that I have and also continue with my Masters."

"Over the past few weeks I have had the opportunity to reflect on a lot of things concerning my life of course and what has become a general theme for me, of course, is gratitude," he shared

"I'm grateful to everyone who has walked with me in all these 13 years I have been in the media, doing several videos."

"I'm grateful for the opportunity to come out and do what it is that I love. I have learnt a lot. I have experienced a lot and it has allowed me to grow in my mind and my appreciation of people and my appreciation of things and even different attitudes.

I mean from the time I started as an intern in 2010 at Royal Media to the different stories I have done. I had an interview with a sitting president.

I have traveled and gone and was able to cover Kenya's maiden entry into the war in Somalia. I have read the news, and I have done different types of stories, political stories, and human interest stories. I have done it all."