The widows of Mzee Jackson Kibor, the prominent controversial businessman-cum-politician from Uasin Gishu county, have mourned him as a family man who loved them despite the challenges their marriages faced.
Mzee Kibor, passed away yesterday night 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. Mzee Kibor was famed as a man with many wives, hitting headlines occasionally over controversial divorce cases.
Photo Courtesy: Josephine Kibor.
Mzee Kibor’s in his life had married a total of four wives. His first wife passed on in 2010. He had 27 children, some working or studying abroad. Before his death he had divorced two and remained with two.
Photo Courtesy: Eunita Kibor.
Speaking to the media at his Kabenes home in Uasin Gishu County today 17th March, the widows who included Mzee Kibor’s second wife Josephine Kibor (Divorced), his third wife Naomi Kibor (Divorced) and his fourth, and younger wife Yunita Kibor said that they had been living in harmony since their reconciliation under the Mzee Kibor late last year.
Kibor, the de facto men’s conference chairman, evoked love and hate in equal measure. In quick succession he divorced his second and third wives, and sued his children for trespassing, firing a gun at his son. He once went to court to demand DNA tests on his six sons that he sired with his third wife, Ms Naomi Jeptoo.
Photo Courtesy: Naomi Jeptoo Kibor
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