Today, April 6 marks exactly six years since gospel artiste Peter Kaberere died.
Kaberere was electrocuted at his car wash in Lower Kabete on April 6 in 2014 and left behind a widow Njeri and two kids. Njeri was heavily pregnant with their second child when her husband passed away.
Kenyans took to social media to pay moving tributes to Kaberere, one of the talented artistes whose music blessed many souls.
Check out some of the moving tributes.
therealpitson 6 years on, no one can fill your shoes I loved your music, and I still do.
jibrilblessing It’s been 6 years since you left us and your impact on us is still felt till now. You’ll always be remembered not only on this day but through all your deeds in our lives.
tashmutunga Indeed. He was a talented artist but above all a loving and wonderful person.
tinakaggia Six years kesho. Of all the brilliant minds I have met, you were way at the top. Kind, caring, an amazing husband to my friend @njeshwakabbz and a father that many only wish they could be.Your music will live forever. Eternally missed and loved. Keep dancing with Jesus
Ireneembuvi Gone but not forgotten….. Rest with the angels Kaberere.
dubafrique His ministry lives on with such music, Rest in Peace #Kaberere
ivybrenda_cherotich Kaberere was a great musician. He inspired many.
berlynlicha 6th Of April 2014… The lord called you home.
The legacy you left behind still lives on… We continue to remember and celebrate you and your family.Ula and Njoks not mentioning the heart of one @njeshqabbz.
sineiolesinei my best cousin ever. Forever in our hearts.
daveetale It’s that time of the year again and what moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you died, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget.May you continue Resting In Padarise my dear brother Peter Kahura [email protected] my sister. May the Almighty Father continue giving you the strength to continue holding it down for your beautiful children and my brother’s memory. ❤❤