Kenyan artists will tonight celebrate the late Peter Kaberere's life through a memorial concert slated to happed at the Parklands Baptist Thursday 10th April.
Kaberere passed away on Sunday as a result of an electrocution that happened at his car wash in Nairobi. The singer was a renowned personality in the gospel industry circles and among the first musicians to plunge into the gospel industry.
The "Kiburi" singer who's death has left many shocked will be laid to rest tomorrow in a burial that will definitely be attended by the creme de la creme in Kenya's entertainment and gospel industry circles.
Kaberere has left a wife, Njesh and two children with one expected to be born soon. Tonight's memorial concert will see major gospel artists performing in what is expected to be one of the biggest gospel industry convergence with stake holders coming to bid fare well to one of their very own. Artists expected to hit the stage include, Daddy Owen, Bahati, Gloria Muliro among others.
Kaberere's burial will take place Friday 11th April at The Langata Cemetry which will take place after a memorial service at the NPC Valley road. The burial will be presided over by Bishop Allan Kiuna JCC ministries.