A Kenyan man identified as Collins Muruka on Facebook has declared his love for sexy TV siren Victoria Rubadiri.
The multitalented presenter, who is among the few celebrities who’ve managed to keep a private life away from the limelight, is a darling to many and Team Mafisi are always yearning to have a piece of her.
Muruka penned a romantic letter to Victoria Rubadiri describing her as the most beautiful lady on TV. In part he wrote;
Angel, you are my perfect match, the way you dress, how you present news and your jokes are amazing, I was a big fun of NTV but sooner you left than I followed you to Citizen, the way your lips move, the smile you give to the cameras are incredible swee.
He went ahead to beg the sexy presenter to give him a chance to prove he’s the man she has been missing, swearing never to cheat on her.
Vic, one thing am sure of is you can’t be single, but I don’t care who is after,(you), how rich and wealthy they are, I want to give you true love, the only thing I have is my KSCE certificate, I will never cheat on you, I will never let you cry.
Victoria Rubadiri is a mother of a 13-year-old girl and she recently spoke about raising a teenager.
I HAVE A YOUNGER SISTER AND I HAVE A DUGHTER. I HAVE A TEENAGER, SHE IS 13 YEARS OLD. SHE IS AMAZING, SHE HAS ADDED ALOT OF VALUE AND MEANING TO MY LIFE. HER NAME IS NEEMA.
THERE IS NO POINT IN TIME THAT SHE REALLY LOOKS LIKE ME AND I FELT TERRIBLE ABOUT THAT. BUT SHE IS A GREAT KID.
Neema isn’t interested in following her mother’s footsteps and becoming a journalist but the smart kid is inspired to be a vet.
SHE WOULD LIKE TO BE A VET, SHE LOVES ANIMALS AND SHE IS ALSO VERY TALENTED. SHE LOVES TO SING AND ACT, SHE MIGHT FIND HERSELF IN THE ART IF SHE IS NOT CAREFUL.
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Victoria, is always on the forefront when it comes to matters concerning women and children and in her previous Women’s Day message, she said:
Be bold for change! It’s a rallying call to women who have sat on their potential for too long; cowered, when they should have spoken up; walked away, when they should have given of their time and to those who doubted, when they should have believed that they were enough. I am challenged to be bold not for me, but the countless young women and girls who need to believe again. I challenge you to be bold for the woman or girl who silently watches you sit in boardrooms, speak in Parliament, negotiate with foreign leaders, raise a family, teach a class, broker with suppliers, hold an Oscar, stand your ground on the campaign trail and fly to the moon. Be bold for change today and everyday and maybe just maybe, this world can be better. Happy Women’s Day!!