Kaberere died through a shocking electrocution in his garage leaving Kenyans across the whole nation in tears.
By the time of his death his son Ulah was grown up to over 3 years and daughter who he never got to see as she was born in the same day he was buried in Langata cemetery was still in her wife Njesh womb.
Popularly known as Njesh Wa Qabbz has been playing roles of both father and mother to the two children in order to make fill the presence of a father and at the same time coping with been a young widow.
Though it had not been easy according to an interview she conducted with The Star some two years ago she claimed her son had been supportive and God's grace sufficient.
"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." She said in part of the interview.
Below are some of photos of Njesh and the children.
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