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Politicians unite Kenyans to raise over Sh1m for ailing rapper Miracle Baby

Kenyans from all walks of life, joined by notable politicians, came together last night to raise over Sh 1 million for the ailing former Sailors member, Peter, widely known as Miracle Baby.

The funds will go towards covering medical expenses as Miracle Baby battles a critical health condition that has left him hospitalized for the past two weeks.

Miracle Baby’s hospital bill had soared to Sh1 million, and despite his family’s efforts in contributing Sh200,000, the financial burden was still overwhelming.

The generosity of Kenyans and the timely intervention of Kikuyu artistes played a crucial role in alleviating this burden.

A popular Kikuyu artiste, Karangu Wa Muraya, went live on his Facebook page directly from the hospital where Miracle Baby is receiving treatment.

The live session garnered an impressive 12,000 viewers, with numerous well-wishers expressing their hopes for Peter’s swift recovery.

Also read: Miracle Baby appeals for medical support after successful surgery

Miracle Baby, who has been grappling with health issues since 2018, was allegedly misdiagnosed, leading to the removal of his appendix.

The situation worsened recently, compelling him to undergo surgery due to complications in his lower abdomen, affecting his intestines.

Despite his current physical challenges, Miracle Baby managed to convey his gratitude to the compassionate Kenyans who contributed towards his medical expenses.

“Thank you” were his words during the live session.

Peter’s baby mama, Carol Katrue explained Miracle Baby’s health journey, revealing that the surgery was successful in addressing complications in his lower abdomen.

She disclosed that his intestines had burst, necessitating immediate medical attention.

Currently, Miracle Baby is on the road to recovery in the hospital.

CS Moses Kuria and Dennis Itumbi joined the live session to extend their support, contributing additional funds to the cause.

As he continues his healing process, Miracle Baby will require further medical attention, including a return to the theatre for a procedure to reposition his intestines.

Carol Katrue in a public statement on January 19, expressed gratitude for the successful surgery and the outpouring of support from well-wishers during this challenging period.