President Ruto send his condolences to Kathy Kiuna : “We stand with you”

President Ruto send his condolences to Kathy Kiuna : “We stand with you”

The Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) community is in mourning following the death of their esteemed leader, Bishop Allan Kiuna and everyone is at a loss of words for Kathy Kiuna.

His passing has left a profound impact on his family.

Leaders and celebrities have shared their heart felt tributes after learning about his loss.

Content creator Diana Marua publicly shared how the late Bishop helped her grow spiritually and how she was grief-stricken after learning of his passing.

“Oh my God!!!! What! Dear God, may you comfort mum, his kids, family and the church. Thank you, Bishop for your guidance. You taught us well. Dance with the angels sir! Today is a dark day for many of us who knew you on a personal level. In my heart, I will always remember you. It is hard to say this, Go well Bishop Kiuna,” Diana wrote.

President sends his condolences

President William Ruto took to social media to send his condolence to Kathy Kiuna.

“It is with profound sorrow that I learned of the passing of Bishop Allan Kiuna.

I join the Christian community in mourning his death. Bishop Kiuna was a dedicated Christian leader who founded the Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) and inspired many to follow the teachings of the Lord.

To his wife, Rev. Kathy Kiuna and family we stand with you in this time of grief and mourning, and pray that you find the courage to persevere through this trying period. May he rest in peace.”

Kathy Kiuna tells their love story

Kathy Kiuna on several occasions has told their meet-cute story.

The power couple dote on each other publicly, something that has endeared them to many and at the same time brought about harsh criticism.

They started from scratch and become one of the most influential couples in the country.

Celebrating Kiuna’s life

The Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) announced a three-day memorial service for their co-founder.

The services will commence on Wednesday, July 10, and run through Sunday, July 14th.

Members of the public were welcomed to join them in praying for the family and church at large.

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