Jackson kiprotich Kibor, a wealthy businessman from Eldoret is confirmed dead according to the family who spoke to Citizen digital. He succumbed from a long illness on Wednesday at St Luke's hospital in Eldoret.
Mzee Kibor had been using medical oxygen since October 2020 after he contracted Covid 19, he had an oxygen cylinders at his home and another in his Prado, to support him whenever he wanted to visit Eldoret for treatment.
He was recently admitted to St Luke's hospital where the doctors confirmed that his two kidneys had failed. The prominent businessman and a farmer were immediately admitted to the intensive care unit for some time before the doctors confirmed his death today. Mzee Kibor who was nicknamed the chairman of the men's conference was famed for good and contentious reasons, he was loved for his philanthropic gestures.
Mzee Jackson Kibor was a man of many wives and on several occasions, he hit headlines for divorce cases as well as physical fights with his children over his wealth.
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