-Kibor breathed his last on Wednesday, March 16 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Eldoret
-The ‘Men’s Conference Chairman’s condition is said to have worsened in 2020 after he contracted COVID-19
-The businessman was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit for some time before doctors confirmed his death on Wednesday
Renowned wealthy Uasin Gishu farmer and politician Mzee Jackson Kiprotich Kibor is dead.
Kibor breathed his last on Wednesday, March 16 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Eldoret.
According to his family, Kibor succumbed to a long term illness. He was in his late 80s.
The ‘Men’s Conference Chairman’s condition is said to have worsened in 2020 after he contracted COVID-19.
The octogenarian had been using medical oxygen since October 2020.
According to a repoort by Citizen Digital, Kibor had an oxygen cylinder at his home and another in his vehicle for use whenever he wanted to leave the house for treatment or business.
Did you know?
In 2017 allowed Mzee Jackson Kibor divorced his third wife about a year after divorcing his second wife with whom they had been married for over 50 years.
He later married a fourth wife.
This is one of the reasons he earned the title 'Men's Conference Chairman' pic.twitter.com/mga5hbpfqC
— Voice of Reason (@KoechMmanuel) March 17, 2022
While at the hospital, Kibor’s doctors confirmed his two kidneys had failed.
The businessman was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit for some time before doctors confirmed his death on Wednesday.
Kenyans Mourn Mzee Jackson Kibor
“R.I.P Mzee Jackson kibor chairman Men’s conference and a astute business man.”
“Mzee Jackson Kibor was a hard-working businessman and pioneer entrepreneur in Eldoret. His meticulous business skills guided millions of Kenyans who depend on Agriculture for livelihood. His death is a huge blow to business community and the country at large. May his soul RIP.”
“A legend has rested! Mzee Jackson Kibor will be remembered for standing firm with the boychild rights/needs, Men’s Conference and unapologetic arrogance in Eldoret & its Environs. He joins a list of his friends The late H.E Moi, TotalMan Biwott & Bargentuny. RIP Kibor.”
“Mzee Jackson Kibor was a staunch social revolutionist and an ardent believer of masculinity who earned unmatched respect from far and wide. His legacy lives on even as he bows out. May his revolutionary spirit rest in power but his works continue amongst us!”