Fans forward TV47 presenter Tony Mwirigi as perfect 10 Over 10 host after Willis Raburu’s exit


• Kenyans on social media insisted Tony Mwirigi can host 10 Over 10 perfectly well following Willis Raburu’s exit

• Tony had taken to social media to wish Willis Raburu all the best as he left Citizen TV

Kenyans on social media have sparked a heated debate online after a multitude proposed TV47’s youthful TV presenter Tony Mwirigi as Willis Raburu’s perfect replacement as 10 Over 10 host.

Quite a number of Kenyans took to social media to forward Tony Mwirigi’s name as the best person to take the Citizen TV magazine show to greater heights following Willis Raburu’s exit.

Countless Tony Mwirigi’s fans insisted that the youthful TV host and events Emcee can and will most definitely fill Willis Raburu’s gap perfectly well.

Tonny Mwirigi is a show host at TV47. Photo: Tonny Mwirigi/Facebook.

According to a multitude of Kenyans online, Tony Has proven himself as one of the best entertainment show hosts in Kenya with his show Bomba La Sanaa Wich which airs on the vibrant Cape Media owned TV47.

While thousands backed Mwirigi as Raburu’s replacement, a section of netizens held he still has a long way to go to fit in the latter’s shoes.

The heated debate cane barely days after Willis Raburu tendered his resignation at Royal Media Services, which owns Citizen TV that used to air his popular 10 Over 10 show.

While announcing his exit from Citizen TV, the 10 over 10 show host extended warm gratitude to RMS and his colleagues for their cooperation in the 13 years he has worked for RMS.

“Am grateful to you who have worked with me in all these 13 years I have been in the media doing several different things. Am grateful to my colleagues, am grateful to the opportunity to come out and do whatever it is that I love,” Raburu wrote on social media.

“I have learnt a lot and I have experienced a lot and it has allowed me to grow in my mind in my appreciation of people, in my appreciation of things and even attitudes,” Raburu added.

The bubly TV host’s journey at RMS started in 2010, when he morphed from an intern to a fully-fledged News reporter, and later the host for the TruthMeter weekly show.

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