Eldoret based millionaire mzee Jackson Kibor is no more. According to family, Jackson Kibor lost his life at St Luke’s hospital located in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County. on Wednesday, March 17th 2022. This was after a battle with a myriad of health conditions that left him fighting for his life in the Intensive care unit (ICU).
Mzee Jackson Kibor Cause of Death.
Since October2020, Jackson Kibor was on oxygen after contracting the dreaded COVID 19. According to reports, he has two dedicated oxygen tanks one in his home and another one in his car for use whenever he was travelling.
Recently, He was admitted at St Luke’s Hospital where he was diagnosed with kidney failure (both of his kidney’s had failed). Doctors confirmed his death on Wednesday after a short admission in the ICU. He died in his late 80’s.
Mzee Jackson Kibor rose to fame due to his role as the Chairman of men’s conference, a familiar activity among Kenyan men which takes place on every valentine day. Besides that, he was a farmer, politician, a defender of men rights and a speaker.
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