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Mzee Kibor sets new rules for the men’s conference “Msitume fare”

Mzee Kibor

Mzee Kibor Controversial businessman has set new rules for this year’s men’s Conference. Kibor announced that men who send fare to ladies will not be allowed to address the members. This year’s men’s conference will take place on Valentine’s day on the 14th of February.

“We shall not allow people who send fare to ladies to speak. We want real men who look for real ladies,” declared Mzee Kibor as he addressed the media in Eldoret town. Kibor’s rallying call is ‘Msitume fare’ a Kiswahili world for do not send fare to a lady companion.

Mzee Kibor’s ultimatum comes just a few days after he caused an uproar by saying men with no beard will not be allowed into the conference as they might be mistaken for ladies.

The 86-year old octogenarian is not new in courting controversy. In 2017, he hit headlines after divorcing his wife of 50 years and quickly marrying a 36-year-old blonde. Kibor accused his wife of half a century of denying him conjugal rights.

Elsewhere, reliable sources have intimated that former Standard Group CEO, Sam Shollei will be one of the Keynote speakers in this year’s conference. He joints Kenya Film and Classification Board boss Ezekiel Mutua who had earlier accepted an invitation to be a keynote speaker.

Sam Shollei recently divorced his wife of 26 years Gladys Boss Shollei and married his girlfriend of many years Faith Rono. Sam Shollei will be giving a talk on “How to Master the Art of Keeping it Secret”, a relatively hard skill that many men got cheating are unable to master. 

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Sam Shollei is said to have a voracious appetite for petite, light-skinned ladies and his love for coitus is unrivaled. It’s what informed the organizers as the best choice to give a veracious talk on the same.

Among the topics he’s expected to discuss in the conference includes

 a) The Role and Place of Man in Society: Reclaiming the lost Glory — seeks to reclaim the important role of the boy child as the head of a family.

b) Gather All, Scatter None–which aims to teach men to love their wives and fend for their families while at the same time adequately maintaining their slay queens.

Among the new rules for the men’s conference according to Mzee Kibor is that men will be required to switch off their phones. Kibor as the patron is expected to ask all men to switch off their phones from noon Friday 14th to Monday 17th February. 


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