Thursday 15 December 2016

Checkout Kenya's Bishop, Allan Kiuna's Luxury Private Jet Worth $20.6M (PHOTOS)

Bishop Allan Kiuna of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC) has shown off his expensive private jet with rumours that it was purchased with his congregants' money. However, he has said he acquired the jet with his own money.
 Reacting to the stories about the jet after he had posted and deleted some of the photos he posted on Instagram, Allan said, “some online outlets in the country are too quick to report non factual information about people. Those (reports of acquiring jet using congregants’ money) are just cooked up stories.
I don’t think it is even necessary to follow up on cooked up stories. “What I would say is there is no jet yet, but it will come soon. 

I have already acquired one,” said Bishop Allan Kiuna.
  Bishop Allan Kiuna’s private jet, which has been ordered, is a Cessna Citation X 1997 model which costs an estimated $20.6 million (KSh2.1 billion), according to internet sources.
 The Cessna Citation X has the following luxury features:  eight Passenger Seats arranged in a Double Club Configuration, Cabin Furnishings consist of a LH Forward Closet and a RH Forward Refreshment Center with Coffee Pot, and warming oven, communications provided by an Aircell ST3120 Phone System with a Handset at Seat 6, entertainment includes: a VHS, and CD/DVD System with 4 Side Ledge Monitors 110VAC, outlets are located in on the right and left side at Mid Cabin, Cabin and Galley have LED Lighting,  exterior overall Matterhorn white with customer selecting their own Cessna Standard Striping Scheme.

 Kiuna has now joined the league of other ostentatious men of God in Nigeria like Pastor Oyedepo who owns four private jets, and has a net worth estimated to be $150 million (KSh15.3 billion) and Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, popularly known as the bling bling pastor, who also owns a Bombardier Challenger 601 aircraft. Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the popular Redeemed Christian Church of God, also owns a Gulfstream IV aircraft. 

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