Pastor Kathy Kiuna trolled after declaring every Kenyan will own a car next month

Decorated city pastor Kathy Kiuna commonly referred to as ‘Mum’ by her followers, recently embarked on a campaign of 40 days of glory where she prophesied that come December, which is a few days away, everyone will be driving.

“Before the end of December, you shall be driving your own car in Jesus Name! #40DaysOfGlory,” she tweeted.

Rev Kathy Kiuna’s sweet birthday message to husband

Kathy Kiuna

But this did not go down well with netizens, who criticized Kathy Kiuna for ‘lying’ to Kenyans. Some of them didn’t mince their words and here are the reactions.


Kathy Kiuna



4. Robert Alai: She (Kathy Kiuna) tells you to tithe hard you’ll get a car. She gets ANOTHER car then you remain there praying for a car to drop from heaven. Foolish you.



Kathy Kiuna



Kathy Kiuna




11. Michael: Happens only in Kenya..where pastors are super rich and their congregation are poor living in slums


Kathy Kiuna


Kathy Kiuna

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When You Love You Fulfill The Law! Kathy Kiuna’s Lessons About Love

Love is a beautiful thing to those who are willing to stand by each other during challenges that people go through while married.

Kathy Kiuna

Loving someone takes a lot of responsibility and commitment. Reverend Kathy Kiuna is one personality everyone admires. From her family to being a Christian figure around the country.

She has always had her way of balancing her family life and Christian life being married in a family that upholds Christianity and her husband being a pastor.


Kathy always shares words of wisdom on her social media pages and even share words of encouragement and different lessons of managing a family and today she was teaching her fans about love.

Captioning a picture with her husband she said,

Kathy Kiuna

“Romans 13:8. Love is a law. Love is not a feeling . When you come to a red light on the road the law says you wait for the green light in order to drive. The feeling may be different coz your in a hurry, but you can’t drive by feelings, you have to follow the law. Feelings keep changing so if you bank on them for the success of your marriage your looking for trouble. The reason why relationships are failing is coz people have misconceptions of love. When you love you fulfill the law. Laws are not driven by feelings otherwise every country would collapse. People are leaving each other based on “IM NOT FEELING YOU” Love is a choice. When you make a choice to love someone, you love them with their imperfections coz guess what, your not perfect either. When out of billions of people you chose that one without a gun being held at you, you must love the choice you made. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. Love is a commitment. When you commit, you don’t back out. You allow God to take center stage and help you navigate through every challenge. Every challenge makes you grow. Don’t run from commitment coz of challenge. So three important lessons. Law, choice, commitment. These are some things that have kept us strong and helped us get closer as years go by. Your welcome 😜”

Check out comments from her followers:

Irene: That true this days guys thinks when fall out of love you pack and go,yes indid mum marrige is a commitment, you are their for better for worse.

Jborebara: Amen… I have learnt something today…

Violet: 👏👏👏👏👏 A sermon right there

Moses: May God use you mightily as messengers of hope in whole world.

Nyambura: You look lovely mom and dad, love you so much.



“You Don’t Need To Throw Your Heart Around” This Is Kathy Kiuna’s Message To Single Ladies Waiting For The Right Man

Reverend Kathy Kiuna is a woman of strength, courage and above all, a great leader when it comes to the church and mentoring young women.

The classy woman of God is wife to Bishop Allan Kiuna and associate pastor at Jubilee Christian Church in Parklands. The lovely couple is blessed with three adorable children; two gorgeous daughters and a son.

The two have been married for almost 20 years and have been able to keep the love going and their marriage is stronger than ever. They have been able to be stick with each other through thick and thin, even back in the days when they had hardships in life and struggled as pastors.

Well, Kathy Kiuna shares her marriage story to young, single folks and those who are married as well, revealing the up’s and down’s with her husband, but adds that misunderstanding is part of a successful relationship.

Kiuna Daughters

This time, she decided to give some advice to single young women who are praying to find a man they can settle down with. She openly told single women to take time when looking for a good man and not go throwing themselves at any man who comes along.

Kathy did not hold back, also reminding ladies that they should wait for the man who will take time to win their hearts. Here’s the full post:

Ladies, wait for the man who will put time, heart and effort to pursue you. Wait for God to set you up with the one who will put in the time to win your heart. Be secure enough in yourself and God that you do not need to throw your heart around and give it away to any man who walks at you. Be a woman, secure in God, deadly to the devil, feminine in strength, purity and tenderness. Give Him the right to be a man in pursuit of your heart by positioning yourself as a woman satisfied in herself and her life!!!

Well, there you have it, Kathy Kiuna’s message to single ladies out there!

Kathy Kiuna and Hubby, Bishop Allan Kiuna





Timeless Love: Kathy Kiuna Appreciates Her Man, Allan Kiuna, With The Sweetest Words!

Reverend Kathy Kiuna of Jubilee Christian Church, is one of the most influential and popular church leaders in the gospel fraternity in Kenya.

Together with her husband, Allan Kiuna, they have managed to gather a huge flock from all over Nairobi, who come to worship at the Parklands based mega-church.

Kathy Kiuna is also a singer and a mentor who inspires and reaches out to women with her monthly gospel convention, dubbed Daughters Of Zion (DOZ), which is attended by celebrities like Size 8, DJ Mo, Lady B and more.

Kathy Kiuna and her daughters

Kathy Kiuna and her hubby, Allan Kiuna have been together for almost 20 years and have been able to keep their marriage going strong even before all the fame and money.

The lovely couple is blessed with three children, two beautiful daughters and a son, Jeremy who is the last born in the family.

Well, the sophisticated woman took time to appreciate her man, who has stood by her throughout the years, with a cute photo and a sweet caption that read;

My love. How great is our God. I’m honored to be your wife.

Check the lovely couple below.

Rev. Kathy Kiuna breaks silence over alleged controversial remarks

The Jubilee Christian Church has broken its silence over remarks allegedly made by Rev Kathy Kiuna.

Kiuna allegedly told women from Nairobi’s Eastlands to go and rent bed-sitters and servant’s quarters in posh estates to attract rich men.

It is also alleged that she lashed out at men from Eastlands, saying they are lazy. The remarks elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans on social media.

But speaking yesterday during a church service at Parklands, Kiuna said the church she co-owns with her husband, Bishop Allan Kiuna, is for both the rich and the poor.

She jetted back from the US on Saturday night. Kiuna said the remarks attributed to her are the works of the devil.

“Please do not bother listening to them as they are devil’s work coming at a time when the church is in its finest hour,” she told a packed congregation.

She urged the congregation to continue paying tithes as they have transformed the lives of many deserving people.

Earlier, one of the members of the congregation gave testimony that the church has helped him out of poverty.

“People have said whatever they have said, but they do not know what they say. They are doing so at the finest hour that cannot distract us. Some of us will be billionaires. Some are about to open ministries never seen before,” Kiuna said.

Her husband, who gave the sermon, said the church is not about him and his wife, but the congregation.

He said whatever begins small has the ability to explode.

“Get off that nonsense. Do not read them. Neither be friends with them nor follow them. No weapon formed against us shall prosper,” the bishop said.

Kiuna said the intention of the church is to move along with the poor and better their lives.