Allan Kiuna is the bishop and overseer of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC). The man of God as his congregants call him, has spoken about a tough period in his life.
Allan has opened up about his tough battle with cancer. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Bishop Allan disclosed that he fought the killer disease in 2018.
Kiuna also asked God to comfort anyone who was going through the same and also with their families.
Am so grateful to God for having seen me through a difficult battle with cancer last year.
My heart goes out to the families of all who have lost their loved ones to the scourge.
Kiuna condoled with the families of the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth and the late Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso who passed on after fights with cancer.
“We are praying for God’s strength in your hour of grief. May God comfort the family of Gov. Laboso. And May God comfort the family of Hon. Ken Okoth.
Many of his followers on Twitter were encouraged by his posts and asked him to help fight the scourge as he is a leader with a prominent voice.
This is an interesting disclosure from Bishop Allan as rarely do you see people who head churches speak about the diseases that are/have ailed them.
The bishop and his wife Kathy have however been very vocal about their last-born son Jeremy, who has had a myriad of health problems after being born prematurely at 6 months. Their son pulled through and graduated high school a few months back and was a straight-A student.
It is interesting that most of our leaders never speak about their health issues. Why is that?