Bishop Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) founder Bishop Alan Kiuna on Tuesday revealed his battle with cancer in 2018.
Through a series of tweets, Kiun thanked God for seeing him through the difficult phase, although he did not reveal the type of cancer he was suffering from.
He also expressed condolences to the families of Kibra MP Ken Okot and Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso, both of whom succumbed to cancer.
"I'm so thankful to God that he saw me through a difficult battle with cancer last year.
"My heart goes out to the families of all who have. Bigger beloved people of the scourge. We pray for the power of God in your hour of sorrow.
"May God comfort the family of Governor Laboso. And may God comfort Hong Ken Okot's family. We pray for you for the grace of God in your hour of sorrow, ”writes Kiun.
Following the deaths of the two leaders, they called for the declaration of cancer as a national disaster and the creation of an appropriate center for addressing the needs of cancer patients.
On Wednesday, the Kenyan National Hospital (KNH) called on the public to contribute to the construction of a Sh230 million cancer hostel.
According to KNH, the Hope Hostel will accommodate 140 patients and will have a cancer treatment center, restaurant and other support services.
However, Kenyans online did not entertain the idea, as the hospital did not provide a plan to account for how the funds would be used.
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