Gengetone Artist Miracle Baby Appeals For Help

Gengetone Artist Miracle Baby Appeals For Help.


Peter Miracle Baby, an artist known for his contributions to both Gengetone and Mugithi music, is currently seeking financial assistance to cover a medical bill of Ksh 1 million.


In a recent interview, Miracle Baby’s wife, Carol Katrue, disclosed that her husband has been hospitalized for an extended period due to stomach complications.


Katrue shared that the family has only been able to gather Kshs200,000, acknowledging the absence of NHIF or any other health insurance coverage.


They are reaching out to the public for support in meeting the remaining financial requirements for Miracle Baby’s medical expenses.



“The hospital wants us to raise even half of the money before we continue(with treatment) because we don’t know when he will be discharged. The bill currently stands at Kshs1, 020,000.”


The onset of Miracle Baby’s intestinal obstruction dates back to 2018. According to Katrue, medication had been effective in managing the condition.


However, in 2023, the situation escalated, necessitating an urgent hospitalization when it took a turn for the worse.


“In 2023, when the stomach issue relapsed, we took him to hospital and did an ultra sound. The appendix was not visible. CT Scan confirmed the same. That is when we discovered the hospital he visited 2018 removed his appendix and they didn’t tell us and they didn’t correctly place his stomach organs. The intestines got blocked every now and then, we would take him to hospital for medication,” she said.


She further mentioned that he recently underwent an unplanned surgery, and he is presently relying on an oxygen machine to address complications arising from an infection.


“On Wednesday, it was noticed that his stomach was swollen, he was neither eating nor relieving himself. He was rushed to an urgent surgery. It was discovered that his intestines had burst and poured faeces all over the stomach. His other intestines were burnt as well. He was cleaned but his wound was removing pus. His infection was very high. He has been on oxygen, his pulse rate has been very high.”


Karangu Wa Muraya is rallying Kenyans, including artists and politicians, to come together and contribute towards the required amount. He is actively coordinating these efforts on his Facebook page.


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