Bishop Allan Kiuna of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) says he is 100 per cent cancer-free.
Speaking to Weekend with Betty Kiuna says it was difficult, but his wife stood by him.
“When I was diagnosed with Myeloma Cancer. The cancer forms in a type of white blood cell called a plasma cell, it was hard and I even felt like losing hope but, I remained prayerful and my wife was so strong for me,” he said.
He adds that life is about challenges and being able to face them and conquer them.
“I have been able to face them by understanding that its never over until God says so. I had to accept that it was something I had to face and also overcome.”
After the diagnosis, Kiuna says he now appreciates life than he ever did before.
“My wife and even my family and my ministry but I had to endure it. Go through it prayerfully and as you do that He will come through it and you will overcome,” he said.
As a result of chemotherapy treatment, the preacher says he lost his hair and his skin turned darker but he is now healed and able to even run.
He wrote on Facebook,
“When my hair fell off, my skin became dark and my body started giving in, I kept decreeing the promises of God. Today by God’s grace I ran 10kms near the Aegean sea in Istanbul in 1 and half hours 💪🏼💪🏼and next year same time I will run 10kms in 59.40,” he wrote.
“I can testify that I am totally healed, totally whole, totally restored, I have seen the healing power of God.”
Bishop Kiuna first disclosed his battle with cancer in August this year while condoling with the families of Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso and Kibra MP Ken Okoth.
The two leaders succumbed to cancer in July.
“I 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,” he wrote on Facebook.