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Peter Kaberere

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Name  Peter Kaberere
Role  Singer

Spouse  Njesh Kahura (m. ?–2014)
Albums  Kiburi
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Died  April 6, 2014, Nairobi, Kenya
Buried  April 11, 2014, Langata cemetery, Nairobi, Kenya
Similar People  Daddy Owen, Willy Paul, Betty Bayo, Kanjii Mbugua, Pitson

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Peter Kaberere (died 6 April 2014) was a Kenyan singer mostly in Swahili Pop and Zouk and contemporary gospel music. Kaberere also known as Qabbz after his surname began career with the music group Jogg C which had Lena Ochieng and Nuvine as members and merged with Gospel Fathers to form Zaidi Ya Mziki. He later launched a solo musical career. He released the album Kiburi that produced the hit "Kiburi Famous hits include "Nisamehe" and has collaborated with Mr Vee in the song "Just a Way". He also featured in "Mwanake" by Benachi. Kaberere and worked as Logistics/Operations Manager at Mo Sound Events, the company that hosts the Annual Gospel Awards Groove Awards and the Safaricom Live concerts.

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He was electrocuted at his own car wash. He was married to Njesh Wa Qabbz and had a son and was expecting his second child, a daughter born just hours after his burial at the Langata cemetery.

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References

Peter Kaberere Wikipedia


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