Miracle Baby and Carol Katrue set to release new song despite health issues

Colleta Ochieng
Colleta Ochieng

Former Sailors singer Peter Miracle Baby and his wife Carol Katrue have announced plans to drop a heartfelt and thanksgoving song, shedding light on his journey towards recovery from ailing health.

Planning to drop something good for you coz I love giving you my best ❤️❤️❤️,” Miracle Baby hinted at his upcoming projects.

During his 25th birthday just recently, attendees at a church were surprised to see Miracle Baby seemingly delivering a sermon at a church podium. “God is Good all the times …🙏🙏🙏💪💪,” he exclaimed.

However, it later turned out he was shooting a music video for his latest Kikuyu track ‘Ndi Mwihia‘.  

Notably, Miracle Baby has transitioned from gengetone music, and ventured into the realm of Mugithi music.

While in hospital awaiting surgery, he told friends and family that he also is seeking to turn a new page in his life and seek God. 

The couple’s supporters and fans are obviously thrilled to witness his recovery journey and will be happy to see him back in Kenyan airwaves.

The former genge artist has been battling intestine complications since 2018, stemming from a misdiagnosed appendectomy.

In March 2024, Katrue revealed, “When they conducted the CT scan and identified a growth, they performed surgery to remove it. However, upon realizing there was no actual growth, they removed the appendix without informing us.”

As such, Peter has had to undergo several corrective surgeries.

Despite enduring four surgeries, Peter finally seems to be on the path to healing.

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