Bishop Allan Kiuna

The untimely death of Bishop Allan Kiuna, founder of the Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), has deeply affected Kenyans.

Bishop Kiuna passed away yesterday after a long battle with multiple myeloma cancer, leaving behind a wife and three children.

Diagnosed in 2018/2019, multiple myeloma cancer occurs when abnormal plasma cells build up in the bone marrow, forming tumors in many bones throughout the body.

Since his diagnosis, Bishop Kiuna had been in and out of hospitals for treatment.

In December 2023, he announced that he was cancer-free after undergoing treatment in the United States.

Bishop Kiuna initially kept his condition private, only going public about his battle with cancer in 2019.

After a successful medical trip, he revealed that his treatment cost 460 million Kenyan Shillings but expressed gratitude to God for not having to spend any of his own money.

Bishop Allan Kiuna was 57 years old at the time of his passing.

Rest in peace, Bishop Allan Kiuna.

Bob Collymore

Bob Collymore

The former Safaricom CEO, battled acute myeloid leukemia, a form of blood cancer.

He sought treatment in the United Kingdom in October 2017 and returned to Kenya to continue his duties while undergoing medical care.

Collymore passed away on July 1, 2019, at his home, leaving behind a wife, Wambui Kamiru, and two children from his previous marriage to Claire-Bishop Collymore.

He was 61 years old at the time of his death.

Joyce Laboso

Joyce Cherono Laboso

Laboso who served as the Governor of Bomet, tragically succumbed to cancer while in office.

She passed away just two weeks after returning from India, where she had been undergoing treatment.

Laboso passed away at Nairobi Hospital, where her condition deteriorated unexpectedly.

She is survived by two sons and was 58 years old at the time of her death.