Winstone Chiseremi @Wchiseremi Barely a day after winning a court battle against his six sons for the ownership of a multi-million-shilling agricultural land in Uasin Gishu county, controversial wealthy businessman-cum-politician Jackson Kibor now claims his life is danger. He has now asked the National Police Service to give him back his Ceska pistol which was confiscated from him four years ago after he was involved in an altercation with one of his sons at the disputed 1,500 -acre land in Soy constituency. He claims his sons, who he described as stubborn, were determined to harm him after he defeated them in the court battle. \u201c I am appealing to the police to expedite the process of returning my licenced fire-arm because I do not feel safe without the weapon since my sons are planning to revenge by harming me over the court ruling on land case matter,\u201d said Kibor. Justice Anthony Ombwayo of Land and Environment court in Eldoret, declared that Kibor was the legal owner of the land and that his sons did not have valid documents to claim the ownership of the property. The court consequently ordered the defendants in the case, Elkana Kipleting, Evans Kipkosgei, Eric Kipchumba, Raymond Kibitok, and Edwin Kipkoech and Ezekiel Kibor to vacate the land within 150 days failure to which they will be forcibly evicted. Kibor, who large portions of land in Uasin Gishu and Trans Nzoia counties managed to convince the court to strike out documents showing that the land in dispute was transferred to his sons. Police in Eldoret seized a fire arm from Kibor before arresting him four years ago after he allegedly attempted to shoot his son Ezekiel over a land dispute. Kibor drew a gun and pointed the weapon at his son who was with three other people after he found him harrowing a section of the land with a tractor without his consent. He had accused his sons, among them Ezekiel, of trying to bar him from cultivating his land despite having a court order allowing him to utilise the property. The tycoon, in his defence, had claimed he was forced to remove his gun to scare away his son and three others who were armed with crude weapons with the intention of harming him.