Gospel artist and former Tahidi High actress Grace Muna has joined other Kenyans in paying tribute to the late Peter Kaberere. Grace who learnt of the news while in Dubai on Sunday 6th April, has gone further to write a tribute to Kaberere , her wife and the entire gospel fraternity.
It is with deep sadness that I write this to first and foremost the wife of Peter Kaberere, his son, his family at large and to the Gospel fraternity of Kenya. Nothing is so heartbreaking at this moment like hearing of his death when I’m miles away from Kenya.
We have been left with such a void that cannot be filled and none of us will be able to fit into the shoes that he wore. God blessed him with a talent that he only, could carry and run with it. We don’t know of the nights that he stayed up composing music, or the strides he took to making and prepping of his videos.
It is sad that Kaberere is no longer with us, but his music will live forever more. We will continue to be blessed and be encouraged by his music. Just according to the word of God, we cannot ask God why this had to happen, for that which is known to us is for us and that which is know only by God, is for God himself.
I pray that the Spirit of God be around his Family, to fill the gap with comfort, love, and a heart to persevere. Take strength Mrs Kaberere, and rise up like an eagle, stand firm and know that God will take you through this trying time. He will be your shield, buckler and your strong defender. God will provide for that which you will desire and I pray that you will be an encouragement to others that mourn with. You are more than a conqueror!
I dedicate this to you all and may you all know that Kaberere is in a place so beautiful, so peaceful and best of all, sited at the right had of the Father.