" I am thanking God for the privilege of having been his wife. I am now the mother, the grandmother, the great grandmother of his offspring and look what is standing behind me, look how proud I am of them, I hope I shall always merit this honour. Thank you."
Mr Pious Ngungi
"...my friend Nicholas was a man of few words, he was a man who followed through on promises, a man who kept his word. He was a man of deeds. He spoke less and did more"
Mr Abraham Kiptanui
"So I want to say that we have lost a great man who was contributing so much to the building of the Nation and I want to say that Honorable Biwott did a lot of things in this country but he never went around to boast..."
Mr Mohammed Abdulahi
"I want just to say Honorable Nicholas Biwott, he really stood with me as my father, as my friend, and as my mentor'
Mrs Christina Pratt
"For 37 years honorable Biwott dedicated his time and resources towards the funds mission of enhancing social and economic empowerment of persons with disabilities through provision of resources, "
Amb Francis Muthuara
"Mr. Biwott brought a bit of magic because he made the other ministers his friends and I think the vice versa, they were all friends, they became friends and when people are working like friends actually there is no problem you cannot solve"
"Nicholas Biwott, I think, can be said to have succeeded in almost everything that he did. I mean very rarely do we speak of a person who was not just a great public servant, a great politician but also a great business man"
Mr Jackson Kiptanui
"I remember one incident in 2009, when I took over, I invited him, for a function and he came, then he did ask me in Kiswahili “sasa nani mgeni wa heshima, wewe ama mimi”(now who is the guest of honor, you or me?)"
Gov Alex Tolgos
"I want to remember Biwott as one of the leaders who always bring peace and especially even now as we go towards a general election on 8thof August we want to really urge all the Kenya resident to follow and maintain peace during this period as a sign of respect our departed hero."
"We have lost one of the most influential courageous and profoundly good person that any of us will ever share time with in this country."
Amb Amina Mohammed
"Everything I said about him is in superlatives, because his was a life of superlatives: super-determined, super-committed, super-decisive, super-courageous, super-patriotic and you know I could go on and on. "
"Kenya has lost one of its outstanding citizens and a lot has been said about his huge contribution in the development of this country Kenya. We in Tanzania have lost a friend. East Africa has lost one of its people who had a lot of commitment towards unity in the East African community. Personally I have lost a friend. "