Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) overseer and co-founder Allan Kiuna is representing Kenya in the Council of African Apostles Summit 2020 in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.
The flamboyant bishop is one of the speakers in the Zimbabwean bishop Tudor Bismark-hosted annual event.
His wife and fellow cleric Kathy Kiuna wrote on her Instagram:
“What a great and awesome responsibility. Surely, God’s ways are not our ways. My husband @bishopkiuna representing Kenya in this meeting is just great.”
The JCC has more than 9,000 members and 19 branches worldwide.
The 15th annual summit, which opened in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, yesterday, 5th February, ends tomorrow.
The theme this year ‘Merging Africa’.
The Council of African Apostles (CAA) consists of some of the largest churches on the continent. The leaders assemble once a year to discuss African issues, and how to resolve the continent’s challenges.
Bishop Kiuna, who grew up in the poor Kariobangi neighbourhood of Nairobi, has steadily risen in the ministry, thanks to his unwavering commitment.