Peter Miracle baby & Katrue awarded free holiday to Mombasa

Talented Kenyan musician Peter Miracle Baby and his lover Carol Katrue have been awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Mombasa.

The couple has been awarded the three-day holiday by Zunguka Africa Tours and Travel.

The holiday is aimed at helping the two relax and spend time together as a family after long nights in and out of hospital.

"Peter Miracle Baby has been in and out of hospital for so long, including very long spans of hospitalisation which can take a toll on a person and their loved ones, especially for a young family like that of Miracle Baby and Carol Katrue. Therefore, we feel like this trip to Mombasa will allow them to relax and spend time together as a family," said Samson Kimani, CEO of Zunguka Africa Tours and Travel.

Kimani also shared the good news via his company’s social media pages where he wished Peter a quick recovery.

“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 added.

Samson Kimani with Peter Miracle Baby and Katrue

The former Sailors member has been in and out of hospital battling gastrointestinal issues.

Just the other day, Miracle Baby revealed that one thing he has missed in his life since being admitted in January this year is going to the toilet alone without being assisted by someone.

Speaking during his birthday celebration hosted by his close friends, Miracle Baby said

"When I see you people from St Mary's, my heart leaps with joy. My heart leaps because when I see you, I see myself going to the toilet soon. I miss going to the toilet, and this is not a joke," he said.

"You can imagine since January, I haven't been able to go to the toilet, but soon I will have my health restored so that I can go to the toilet on my own," he added.

The artist has been in the hospital since mid-January, and his partner has been leading efforts to raise funds for his treatment from some well-wishers.

It will be remembered that at one point activist Eric Omondi stood with the family by raising over one million shillings for medical expenses after reports emerged that he was stranded in the hospital.