Last week, we published a story about former KANU Chairman Jackson Kibor unclamping his Sh12 million Lexus with a hacksaw.
The business tycoon was captured on camera hacking at a clamp in Eldoret after he had failed to pay Sh 100 parking fee.
According to the 82 year old tycoon, he is a high status personality and the attendants who clamped his vehicle were disrespectful.
“The attendants are disrespectful. How can they clamp a car belonging to an old man yet my status is similar to that of Governor Jackson Mandago? They have forgotten that I was once a County Council chairman and deserve respect,” lamented Jackson.
He added that the incident was the second time it was happening even after visiting the county offices and cautioning attendants.
“I am one of the top individuals in the county who remit huge taxes in form of land rates and it is an abuse for junior officers to disrespect me,” he said adding that he has always lobbied for counties to provide parking exemption stickers to former councilors who worked tirelessly to ensure current counties are in place.
“We should also be allowed to move freely and conduct our businesses without interference from county leadership,” he said vowing to buy a bigger hacksaw just in case the county officials attempt to clamp his Lexus again.