Nicholas Biwott dedicated his life to Kenya and her people. For over 50 years, as a public servant, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, he strove to build a strong, fair and bright future for his country.

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Biwott (left) at 1997 Madaraka day Celebration

Working in the governments of the Fathers of Kenyan Independence, Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi, he held eight senior civil servant and ministerial posts.

Widely regarded as the most competent and effective minister of the arap Moi government, he helped shape the largest economy in Eastern Africa and was at the forefront of efforts to deepen regional cooperation.

"When the history of this country is written, it will include men and women who quietly, but firmly and with confidence, are responsible for what Kenya is today – a sound country, a stable country, with a growing economy. 
Nicholas Biwott is one of those people.”

Uhuru KenyattaPresident of Kenya (2013 - 2022)