Trueblaq CEO Big Kev Lose Eye Sight But Vows Never To Lose Hope

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He is one of the most popular and best event organizers in Kenya and Africa at large- Big Kev has had a tough couple of years as much as his health is in question.

Some time back a tumor was discovered and he had to be hospitalized for brain surgery, undergoing several successful brain surgeries while the tumor kept appearing over and over.

Big Kev took to his social media and on his facebook page he wrote “It’s dark, very dark. Not all of us can relate but it is like being in a small dark room with no Windows and no doors.
I can’t remember the last time I saw my face in a mirror, and I meet people everyday whom I hope to get to see soon.
In the last couple of weeks, many of you have approached me to wish me well. These kind gestures give me strength. More so when you mention pray. I know my friend and family are very concerned because this landed on our doorstep. I know that there are many people out here with real challenges and it’s easy to lose hope but I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
There is so much bad news in the world that this is what feeds our faith. The world needs good news.” He explained


“Kindly allow me to share what makes me strong, I feed on good news. The bible has over 5,000 promises, everyday I take some of these and I hold GOD to His word.
Only a fool says in his heart there is no GOD. GOD is not a man that He should lie.
He cannot give us something we can’t handle.
He will never leave us nor forsake us.
The just shall leave by faith. Faith is the substance of things not seen, it’s the evidence of the invisible. Faith comes by hearing GOD’s word. The power of life and death is in the tongue.
Speak life into your circumstance. Without faith it is impossible to please GOD, anyone who comes to Him must believe that He is and that He rewards those who diligently seek him.
We are now organizing Gospel Extravaganza in earnest and believing GOD for a fantastic event in all ways, 17th December at the KICC let’s meet up and praise.” Kev added.

Kev lost his eye sight in what doctors say is a case of optic atrophy where the optic nerves dried up.

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Even in such tough times, Kev has shown so much resilience and he assures everyone that he is not loosing his hope anytime soon and he is hopeful with prayers he will pull through.