Jubilee Christian Center (JCC)’s Bishop Allan Kiuna has opened up on his battle with cancer, for the first time.
Bishop Allan Kiuna opens up on battle with cancer
I'm so grateful to God!
In a tweet, Bishop Kiuna disclosed that he had a difficult time last year, as he battled the deadly disease that claims thousands of lives daily.
He went on to thank God for seeing him through the hard times, stating that he is now well.
In his tweets, Kiuna also sent messages of condolences to families of late Kibra MP Ken Okoth and Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso who both succumbed to cancer.
“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. 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. We are praying for you for God’s grace in your hour of grief,” wrote Bishop Allan Kiuna.
MP Ken Okoth
Kiuna’s words came after Kibra MP Ken Okoth died at the Nairobi Hospital where he was receiving treatment after being admitted at the facility last week, on Thursday.
Okoth had returned to the country early June after a long battle with cancer that saw him seek treatment at a hospital in Paris, France.
Governor Joyce Laboso
Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso succumbed to cancer at the Nairobi Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she was admitted, on Monday this week.
She returned to the country two weeks ago after being away in India and the United Kingdom seeking medical treatment.
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