Media personality and preacher Kiengei Muthee is currently mourning the death of Baby Champ Muiruri whom he helped raise money for heart surgery in India.According to the sources, Kiengei who conducted the fundraiser managed to raise over 2 million enabling the child and his mother to travel to India for treatment.
Reportedly, the baby returned home recently in a stable condition and was recovering from the treatment. Unfortunately, the baby reportedly died on Monday 4th July.
"Rest in Peace Baby Muiruri, we tried all we could have to see you grow. Now the Lord saw far than us and he has now called you home. Strength and comfort to Mama Muiruri and the Entirety Kiengei Live Media/Family," the preacher said. It's very unfortunate to lose a loved one. However, death is a way of life and at one point every living thing will one day die.The Opera News Hub team does send our sincere condolences to the family of the deceased.
Rest in peace Baby Champ.
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