Celebrated Men's Conference Chairman Mzee Jackson Kibor is dead. Mzee Kibor died on Wednesday at ST Luke orthopedic hospital where he had been receiving treatment over a prolonged Covid-19 complication. The diseased contracted Covid in late 2020 and had been using medical oxygen ever since. One of the things he can be remembered with is demanding that a DNA test be done on all his children, his kids wanted to take his land away from him.
Before Covid-19 hit him, Mzee Kibor was one healthy man, hard to believe he was past 80 years old. According to new reports Mzee Kibor was recovering from the Covid-19 complications but both his kidneys had stopped working. This is is what led to his demise.
Recently the government eased some of the measures that were in place to help cope with the deadly virus. Low rates of infections are being recorded, but citizens are urged to get fully vaccinated against the virus. Rest in peace Mzee, we will surely miss you
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