“We Spend 30K Daily, Intestines Ziko Nje Bado” See The Pain Miracle Baby is Going Through.( Video).

Gengetone artist Peter Miracle was discharged from the hospital after a lengthy stay that saw him undergo three successful surgeries. The artist, who had been hospitalized for over two months, attributed his recovery to the support from his fans and the grace of God. Despite being discharged, Miracle continues to require critical care at home, as some of his intestines are still outside his body.

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Miracle’s family has been facing significant financial strain due to the cost of his care, with daily expenses totaling a staggering Ksh.30,000. Of this amount, Ksh.6000 is allocated to pay for a nurse to care for him, while the rest is used for other essential medical support. In a gesture of generosity, the president donated Ksh.300,000 to support Miracle’s recovery and also arranged for free medical attendance for him at Kenyatta Hospital.

As Miracle continues on the path to recovery, his family and fans remain hopeful for his full recovery. Messages of support and prayers have been pouring in from well-wishers across the country, demonstrating the love and solidarity of the community during this challenging time. Miracle’s story is a testament to the power of resilience and the importance of support in times of need.

The Gengetone artist expressed his gratitude to all those who have supported him during his time of need, noting that their kindness has been instrumental in his recovery. He also urged his fans to take care of their health and seek medical attention promptly when needed, emphasizing the importance of early intervention in preventing serious health complications. Miracle’s journey to recovery serves as an inspiration to many, highlighting the strength of the human spirit in overcoming adversity.

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