Marya Prude: Marriage is not an achievement. I don't know why I married Willis Raburu 
Marya Prude, the ex-wife of media person Willis Raburu photo
Marya Prude.

Marya Prude, the ex-wife of media person Willis Raburu, has said that she regrets getting married so young.

In an Instagram story, Prude said that if she had chosen not to conform to conventional norms, she would have advanced far further in life.

In Instagram stories that have since been deactivated, Prude wrote, "I woke up this morning with so much to do in my mind and I recognized I got married at 23. Yes yes. I don't know what I was thinking. I would be so far in life right now if I had not been busy having to serve society and other humans their preconceptions of me as a married woman because I would be doing most of what I'm doing right now to catch up."

" Alafu pia marriage is not an accomplishment," said Prude.

After breaking up with Raburu, Prude, whose true name is Mary Irungu, has maintained her dating life secret.

Marya Prude, the ex-wife of media person Willis Raburu photo

In a new conversation with Massawe Japani on Radio Jambo, Raburu said that the death of their daughter caused his relationship to fall apart and that this forced him to break up with Prude.

The divorce, according to Raburu, was a traumatic ordeal that he wished no one had to go through.

"I lost contact, and it sparked a number of other problems. I started the exit process and lost all respect for her. Nobody enters a marriage expecting to divorce. I'm glad we sometimes lose ourselves. I moved on after our legal divorce," stated Raburu.

Marya Prude, the ex-wife of media person Willis Raburu photo

Raburu said that he had not yet moved past his divorce and that he continued to see a therapist, noting that his wife, Ivy Namu, had been encouraging since they had very identical pasts.

Immediately after the death of their daughter in 2020, Raburu divorced.

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