Kimtai Too

Kimtai Too was born in 1981and grew up in Trans Nzoia district, attended Mother of Apostles Seminary in Eldoret before joining the University of Nairobi in 2002, where he is to date undertaking a BSc degree majoring in Soil Science. His passion for writing started in his first year of university. Current issues at the time led him to pen his first book Don’t vote…Count the Votes. After two years at the university he wrote yet another book, True Son of a Country, which is as yet unpublished. In 2004/5 he was nominated as Poet of the Year by the International Society of Poets(ISP) and some of his work can be read on http://www.poetry.com. He says, “I believe that with a pen and paper the story about Africa is going to be heard…”

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