The remains of the late Men's conference chairman, Mzee Kibor are set to be interred on 1st April at his farm in Kabenes, Uasin Gishu county. The family confirmed that the burial arrangements have been put in place and the family is now awaiting some of his children to arrive from diaspora.
The departed who was 88 years old is credited as the founder of the mythical men's conference which sought to empower men. His demise was described as a major blow to the men who viewed him as a role model in the society due to the advises which he offered .
The family has welcomed any plans by men to offer the fallen hero a decent sendoff. Through his son Philip Kimutai , the family affirmed that all are welcome to the event where the men's conference chairmanship will be declared vacant.
According to Tuko news, a national convener of the men's conference team has ordered all men not to adorn rose flowers on their pockets during Mzee's sendoff. This is according to his message to men during his conference in Eldoret in 2019.
"On that day , all men are advised against adorning their pockets with rose flowers just as our chairman explained in our maiden conference in Eldoret in 2019 ", Kochei said as quoted by Tuko news.
Albert Kochei with Mzee Kibor during a past event (photo).
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