My wealth is mine and mine alone, get yours or wait until i die - Kibor fires at sons
Kibor, 86, is embroiled in a bitter land dispute with his sons and was on Tuesday was charged with threatening to kill his son, Ezekiel after shooting at him three times at their farm in Kabenes, Eldoret.
The wealthy farmer told his sons to keep off and let him enjoy his wealth and sweat until he dies.
“At the moment all the wealth, especially land, belongs to me. They should wait until I die to fight for it."
Kibor, 86, is embroiled in a bitter land dispute with his sons and was on Tuesday charged with threatening to kill his son, Ezekiel after shooting at him three times at their farm in Kabenes, Eldoret.
The politician denied the charge and was released on a Sh100,000 bond on Wednesday.
The farmer rebuked at his children for not working hard for their own wealth like he did, instead of eying his land and assets while he lives.
“I worked hard to buy all this land. It still belongs to me...my children have no right to fight for it or disturb me claiming they want a share," he told a local media shortly after he was released on bond on Wednesday.
Kibor owns more than 3,000 acres of land in Uasin Gishu and Trans Nzoia and has prime plots and buildings in Eldoret town. He also owns plots in Nairobi.
Controversy after Controversy
Early this year Kibor was in the news again after he brought business to a standstill in Eldoret town when decided to break down a car clamp over a sh100 parking fee.
He again shocked residents of the larger Uasi Gishu county when he wedded his 40-something-year-old lover, Yunita on January just months after filing for divorce from his second wife.
Kibor, once a powerful, Kanu bigwig filed for divorce last months, after 51 years of marriage - he married Josephine in 1965.
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