Friends and family of Kenya’s top event organiser, Big Kev have been praying and sending good thoughts his way.
Big Kev recently posted about going blind after his 13th brain surgery to remove a tumour.
The Tru Blaq CEO wrote, “It’s dark, very dark. Not all of us can relate but it is like being in a small dark room with no Windows and no doors. I can’t remember the last time I saw my face in a mirror, and I meet people everyday whom I hope to get to see soon. In the last couple of weeks, many of you have approached me to wish me well. These kind gestures give me strength. More so when you mention pray. I know my friend and family are very concerned because this landed on our doorstep. I know that there are many people out here with real challenges and it’s easy to lose hope but I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
In a recent post, Big Kev wrote, “Last night I experienced an unprecedented 7 hours of painfull convulsions. Yesterday my plan was simple, to supervise the production of The Gospel Extravaganza, and hangout with my beloved daughter. It’s now clear to me, that a part from what’s now happening I am involved in heavy spiritual warfare. The bible says, we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against powers, principalities and the lords of this world.”
He added, “Meanwhile I am already doing what he placed in my heart to do. Hakuna kungoja.”
Celebrities took to his social media to encourage him.
Pinky Ghelani The universe loves a stubborn heart. Your miracle is around the corner.
Mc Philipo Philipo God loves you bro
Jerusha Wambui Barasa I’v been silently following your posts, saying I will pray for you, but haven’t really done so. It is clear that you were put on this earth for a purpose so big that the devil doesn’t like it. Your testimony will open people’s hearts and minds to God’s power and goodness. Standing with you, your family and your team in prayer Kev.