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Bishop Allan Kiuna’s family asks for privacy as they grieve


The family of Bishop Allan Kiuna has requested privacy as they cope with his death.

In a statement issued by the Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), the family expressed gratitude for the support they have received and asked for privacy during the mourning period.

“It is with heartfelt condolences that today we announce our beloved Bishop Allan Kiuna has gone to be with the Lord,” the statement read.

“As a church and as a family, we appreciate the outpouring of love and support, especially from our church family. We kindly request some privacy as we go through this challenging time of mourning and reflection.”

The church hailed Bishop Kiuna an extraordinary man who touched the lives of many and had a great passion for ministering not just locally but globally.

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

Bishop Kiuna was the general overseer and founder of Jubilee Christian Church.

He passed away on Tuesday, July 9 after a long battle with cancer.