Allan Kiuna

Members of Jubilee Christian Church(JCC) have been thrown into morning following the death of their Bishop Allan Kiuna.

Kiuna passed away on Tuesday at the Nairobi hospital where his family had rushed him after his condition worsened. The Bishop has been battling multiple myeloma since 2018/2019.

Multiple Myeloma is a type of cancer that forms in a type of white blood cells called plasma cells, which are found in bone marrow. The condition the bones, immune system, kidneys and red blood cell count.

Symptoms of the disease include loss of appetite, bone pain and fever.

Following his death, JCC released a statement issuing a way forward.

“It is with heartfelt condolences that today we announce our beloved Bishop Allan Kiuna has gone to be with thew lord.  Bishop Allan Kiuna, the general overseer and founder of Jubilee Christian Church was an extra-ordinary man who touched the lives of many and had the passion of ministering not just locally but globally,” the statement read in part.

The church added that, ” His unwavering faith, compassion and dedication to the church and the community have left an indelible mark on all who knew him. He was not only a spiritual leader but a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.

The church said that it has organized services  to honour the bishop’s memory and legacy.

“Wednesday, 10th July 10 Friday 12th July 2024: Evening services will be held at JCC Parklands from 5.00pm to 7.30pm. Saturday, 13th July 2024: We shall have  another service which shall be held from 2.00pm to 5.00pm. Sunday, 14th July 2024: A special worship service will take place starting at 9.00pm,” the church stated.

The church further welcomed all those willing to join in praying for Kiuna’s family and the institution as well.

“With humility, we kindly ask for privacy during this time of mourning. Please let us respect the family’s need fopr space and quite reflection,” the church pleaded. ” Thank you for the love and support once again, and God bless you all.”

Kenyans in general, including gospel ministers and gospel musicians have paid tribute to the fallen man of God,

The last time we met, you told me, “Pitson, never stop singing about Jesus,” Bishop Allan Kiuna, a shepherd to my generation my nation and my City. Through trials and triumphs, you showed us the way, Your legacy, a testament that will never decay. Rest in Peace Bishop,” singer Pitson said.

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