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Bishop Allan Kiuna: I am cancer free after spending Sh459m on treatment

Bishop Allan Kiuna, the founder and preacher of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), has announced his victorious battle against cancer.

After spending a year in the United States for treatment, he shared the good news during a Thanksgiving ceremony at his Nairobi church on Sunday, December 10.

Bishop Kiuna recounted his journey, revealing that he embarked on his US journey in December 2022 while already battling illness.

Despite facing a challenging medical journey, he declared himself cancer-free, standing before his congregation with gratitude.

During the Thanksgiving ceremony, Bishop Kiuna disclosed that the cost of his treatment exceeded $3 million, totaling over Sh459,900,000.

He emphasized that the entire sum was divinely provided, and he did not have to dip into his own pockets.

“For the one year that I was in the US, my treatment cost $3 million, and I didn’t remove one coin from my pocket because the God of heaven provided. I did not call anyone,” he exclaimed amid cheers from the congregation.

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Previously acknowledging his battle with cancer in 2019, Bishop Kiuna stood on the church’s altar to announce his complete recovery.

He spoke passionately about embracing the process, stating, “Don’t get bitter with the process. If you get bitter with the process, you shall abort your purpose. I am not bitter about the process because I am better. My best days are ahead of me.”

The celebration had a dual significance as Bishop Kiuna marked his 29th marriage anniversary and 57th birthday.

During the ceremony, his firstborn daughter, Vanessa, a lawyer, expressed gratitude for her father’s unwavering support and encouragement throughout her endeavors.

“I am not a fan of public speaking, but it’s dad, and I am dad’s favorite child. Nobody has fought for my dream like my dad, and I stand here as a practitioner because of my dad,” she remarked.

Vanessa shared how her father’s influence impacted her decisions, highlighting his role as her biggest champion.

“My dad is my biggest champion. I married to a man who is like my dad since I had a model of my dad and my husband emulates my dad. I watched all of it and words of faith held you. You have been the best in our lives.”

The thanksgiving ceremony was attended by the first lady, Rachel Ruto, and Rigathi Gachagua’s wife, Pastor Dorcas, among other politicians in the country.