Katrue and Peter Miracle Baby promised a fully compensated vacation to Mombasa.

Kenyan musician Peter Miracle Baby and his partner Carol Katrue have been granted a fully paid trip to Mombasa, courtesy of Zunguka Africa Tours and Travel.

The three-day holiday aims to provide the couple with a well-deserved break and an opportunity to spend quality time together as a family, following Peter’s prolonged health struggles and numerous hospital visits.

Samson Kimani, CEO of Zunguka Africa Tours and Travel, emphasized the importance of offering the couple a chance to unwind and bond amidst the challenges they have faced. He expressed his wishes for Peter’s swift recovery and announced the generous gesture via social media platforms.

“We’re thrilled to announce that we’re gifting Peter Miracle Baby and Carol Katrue an all-expenses paid trip to Mombasa this weekend for 3 Days, 2 Nights. Amidst Miracle Baby’s health battles with gastrointestinal issues, we hope this getaway offers them some much-needed relaxation and rejuvenation. Here’s to healing and making unforgettable memories,” Kimani stated.

Miracle Baby, formerly of Sailors, has been grappling with gastrointestinal problems, sharing his difficulties with his friends during a recent birthday celebration. Despite his challenges, he remains hopeful for his recovery, eagerly anticipating the simple joys of everyday life, such as using the toilet independently.

Since January, Miracle Baby has been hospitalized, with Carol leading efforts to raise funds for his treatment. The community has shown support, with activist Eric Omondi notably contributing over one million shillings towards medical expenses.

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