The family of the late Jackson Kibor has been marred with constant wrangles few weeks after his burial.
Eunita said the families has been harrasing her together with her small children.
"These families has been harrasing us(me and my small children). Beating us. The old girl is insulting. They don't want us to talk and have peace. Yesterday they went to the farm and took the cows."
He argued that the family led by Kibor's old daughter went to the farm and pick her cows.
Mr Kibor, 88, lost his at St Luke’s Orthopaedic and Trauma Hospital in Eldoret after battling Covid-19-related complications for two years.
According to reports, Kibor after predicting his death a month before he rested peacefully resolved long-standing family conflicts related to sharing of property.
Kibor organised a family gathering in February, where he gave each of his 15 sons 200 acres and 100 acres to each of his 11 daughters.
Kibor’s wife Mrs Yunita Kibor and her ex co-wives, Ms Naomi Jeptoo and Ms Josephine Jepkoech, even displayed rare unity during his death.
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