We adored the tiles in Moi’s home; because of this, We implored my hubby to get comparable tiles: Mzee Kibor’s spouse

We adored the tiles in Moi’s home; because of this, We implored my hubby to get comparable tiles: Mzee Kibor’s spouse

Yunita Kibor, the 4th spouse of prominent Uasin Gishu farmer Jackson Kibor, has eulogised the late president that is former Moi as being a strict time-keeper and a leader whom spent greatly into the education of Kenyan young ones during their 24-year reign.

Talking at her Eldoret house in Uasin Gishu County on Wednesday, February 5, Yunita, 39, stated the loss of Moi has “saddened me personally because we enjoyed him as being a leader”.

“We are saddened by Mzee Moi’s death because we liked him. I benefited from Moi’s free milk programme when I was a child. There have been times he’d go to the main college we had been their studies at, so we would sing for him. I happened to be one of the students whom entertained the then-Head of State, ” Yunita told Citizen Television’s mid-day programme, Sema na Citizen.

“Mzee Moi had been a strict time-keeper. As he stated he will be someplace at 10am, he will make certain that by 10am, he had been during the location, ” added Yunita.

“I thank Mzee Moi for buying children’s training. Most of the schools that are good parents are scrambling for today, had been built during Moi’s era. ”

Tiles

“My husband and I also visited Moi at their Kabarak house a while straight back, and I also saw their flooring tiles, and I also implored my spouse to purchase tiles just like the people we saw at Moi’s place. He acquired the tiles, which we found in constructing our house that is current, said Yunita.

Her spouse, 86, eulogised the belated Moi as a “a good man”, who was simply “born a natural leader”.

“Moi had been a good guy, whom knew just how to lead individuals. He knew how exactly to place individuals inside their places, ” said Kibor.

Men’s meeting

Kibor, that has been christened the president regarding the “union of Kenyan males” stated intends to hold a “men’s meeting” sometime later on February is on, saying “even as Kenyans mourn Moi, it’s still important to instill values among our young men”. Devamını Oku