Ezekiel Mutua, Didmus Barasa mourn Bishop Allan Kiuna

• Dr Ezekiel celebrated him as a man who served his purpose.

• He died aged 57.

JCC co-founder Allan Kiuna.

Music Copyright Society of Kenyan boss Dr Ezekiel Mutual has joined Kenyans in mourning the death of JCC co-founder Allan Kiuna.

Kiuna passed away on Tuesday,9th, 2024 after a long battle with cancer.

Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, took to his socials to mourn Kiuna.

He celebrated him as a man who served his purpose.

"Bishop Allan Kiuna preached with zeal, power, and conviction and did not hold back even in the face of criticism. His powerful sermons and transformative leadership made JCC a global brand. He has touched so many people with the power of his faith. One can safely say that he served his purpose and has rested from the scourge of cancer. My sincere condolences to Rev. Kathy and the entire family, the JCC fraternity, and the church at large. May Bishop's soul rest in peace."

Kimilili MP Hon Didmus Barasa, posted

"Bishop Allan Kiuna made a significant impact through his ministry. His dedication & powerful sermons resonated well with many. His passing is undoubtedly a great loss to his family, friends, the JCC fraternity, and the church community. My heartfelt condolences to Rev. Kathy and everyone affected by this loss. May his soul rest in eternal peace. #RestinPeace."


His death was confirmed by JCC via a press release.

In an official statement, the family confirmed Kiuna’s demise while appealing for privacy during this difficult time.

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

“Bishop Allan Kiuna, the general overseer and founder of Jubilee Christian Church was an extraordinary man who touched the lives of many and had a great passion for ministering not just locally but globally,” the statement said in part.

“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,”.

Kiuna family and the JCC fraternity went on to acknowledge messages of condolences being sent to them by Kenyans from all walks of life.

“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," they added.

At the same time, the statement announced the commencement of services in honour of Kiuna’s memory and legacy.

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