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Willis Raburu Cautions Influencers Faking Illnesses To Advertise Hospitals

-Willis Raburu has cautioned hospital influencers to be cautious of what they advertise

-The TV presenter advised them to ensure that a common citizen will get the same standards they receive from their clients

-The journalist noted that although some cases could be genuine, some could be building their film career

Citizen TV presenter Willis Raburu is not happy with the way influencers have been conducting their business.

Taking to his Instagram stories, the father of two asked influencers to be very cautious even when trying to secure the bag.

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Willis Raburu cautions Influencers. Photo: Instagram.

Willis Raburu Cautions Iinfluencers

Raburu noted that healthcare has been very expensive with the latest trend being that of hospital influencing.

According to the musician, influencers need to make sure that the hospitals will give them the same services advertised to the common citizen.

“Healthcare in this country is very expensive and clearly more needs to be done. However: The latest trend has been hospital influencing. I will never tell somebody not to get their bag if it’s in a way that fits them and is legal and that’s ok. Just: Be careful with the lines you are crossing. Tell the hospitals to make sure the standards they give you are the standards accorded (for lack of a better word) “normal mwananchi,” wrote Raburu. 

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Willis Raburu

Raburu also offered some advice to the content creators saying they do not have to be ill for them to market a hospital but need to explore various ways of creating content.

“You don’t always have to be sick to showcase a hospital, content creation is a vast and creative field. Do interviews on your channels with the CEOs,” added the TV presenter. 

Willis Raburu

The journalist noted that although some cases could be genuine, some could be building their film career.

“I don’t know where the shoe pinches, some could be genuine and if not then we have budding film careers  being launched,” said Willis Raburu. 

Catherine Nderitu

Catherine Nderitu

Catherine Nderitu is an experienced journalist with over five years of experience. She's passionate about entertainment and human interest news.

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