Raburu was scared to do weight-loss surgery

He had surgery that makes changes to the digestive system

In Summary

• Raburu posted a before-after video of his achievement, promising to share more

Media personality Willis Raburu
Media personality Willis Raburu

TV journalist Willis Raburu has lost 30kg after the Bariatric surgery he underwent three months ago.

Raburu posted a before-after video on his achievement promising to tell more about his weight loss journey.

"When I decided to do bariatric surgery I was so scared, but I did it. The journey continues," he said.

Raburu weighed 164kg when he decided to go for the surgery after a health scare.

In 2021, Raburu hit the gym, aiming to get the desired results in six months, but it failed.

Raburu said his weight has been on and off again. 

He said his major setback has been his eating patterns.

"I have no issue with discipline in terms of when I commit to going to the gym," he said.

"It's just when I do not go for a week or two, it's very easy to gain the weight back. It is an issue with my relationship with food, and that is where the problem is."

Bariatric surgery is a term that refers to surgical procedures that assist in weight loss by making changes to the digestive system.

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