‘No one can fill your shoe…’ Pitson pays tribute to late Kaberere

Today marks exactly six years since gospel artiste Peter Kaberere died.

He was electrocuted in a freak accident at his Nairobi car wash located near Lower Kabete while cleaning his car in 2014.

He left behind a widow, Njeri with two young children. She was heavily pregnant with their second child when he passed away.

Celebrity has penned down tribute messages to remember him.

Among them gospel singer Pitson who wrote;

“6 years on, no one can fill your shoes. i loved your music, and still I do,” he wrote.

Music director j blessing;

“its been 6 years since you left us and your impact on us still felt till now. you’ll always be remembered not only on this day but all through your deeds in our lives.”


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Last years his wife also penned down a moving tribute to her husband.

Her emotional tribute reads:

Five years on…
And it still looks like it was yesterday.
Five years on…
And your memories still linger fresh.
Five years on…
And we still miss you as if you went on a long journey, hoping that your return was delayed.

But… Five years on…
We have seen GOD’s faithfulness.
Five years on…
We have drawn closer to HIM.
Five years on… HE has been our comfort and HIS arms ever embracing us.
Five years on…
We haven’t lacked and we have seen HIS mercies fall afresh on us.
Five years on…
We are healing, and keeping your lamp shining.

 Keep dancing and singing as you would with us, but now, with the Angels at the feet of JESUS.

We still have the hope that we shall meet again.


In an earlier interview with Classic 105, Njeri said it has not been easy balancing work and parenting but she has done it by God’s grace.

“Apart from work, there are so many things I do. I make sure that if I am not home in the evening I have to wake up very early to talk to them and pray with them, go through their homework.

“On Saturday when I do not have any events, I shower them, we sometimes go to hang out with my mum-in-law. However, I spend all my Sundays with them.

Njeri said her son understands that his father passed away and he has been very supportive, despite his tender age.

“My son Ulah is a sharp boy. My memory has gone down after Njoki’s birth due to hormonal changes and after the loss of my husband,” she said.

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