Mzee Jackson Kibor, a prominent businessman and a politician from Uasin Gishu county is dead. He passed away on Wednesday at an Eldoret hospital where he had been receiving treatment. The popular Eldoret tycoon who was nicknamed Chairman of the Men's Conference had been battling an illness for a long time. Confirming the sad news, Mzee Kibor’s family said he passed away at St Luke orthopedic hospital where he was receiving treatment over a prolonged Covid-19 complication. Mzee Kibor had contracted Covid in late 2020 and had been using medical oxygen ever since. The family said he had been admitted at the hospital for almost a week.
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Mzee Kibor was famed as a man with many wives, hitting headlines occasionally over controversial divorce cases. In 2017, he made headlines after an Eldoret court allowed him to divorce his third wife, only months after divorcing his second wife with whom they had been married for over 50 years. He married a fourth wife soon after. His wife died in the 90s. Mzee Kibor is survived by 26 children from his four marriages.
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