Linet Chepkorir Toto Biography, Age, Education, Parents, Boyfriend and Net Worth

Linet Chepkorir Toto is a Kenyan politician serving as the third Women Representative for Bomet County. Linet Chepkorir alias Toto stirred the Kenyan citizens after she floored big names in the world of politics becoming the youngest woman to enter the parliament with a mission of changing her native county.

Toto rose to fame after she clinched the United Democratic Alliance party ticket during party nominations back in April 2022. Securing the party ticket in a UDA-dominated county meant straight access to the parliament. Being the youngest lady in the parliament, she caught our attention, and in a nutshell, we analyze her successful journey into Kenya’s politics.

Linet Chepkorir Toto

Linet Chepkorir Toto Age and Place of Birth

The young legislature was born in the year 1998 in Chamamul village, Bomet East constituency. She also grew up in the same village that she has called home since she was born.

Linet Chepkori Family Parents and Siblings

Toto was born into a humble family as the first-born child of Leonard Langat and Betty Langat. She has younger sisters and brothers but much is not known about them.

Education Background

She began schooling at Kapsimbiri Primary school before she proceeded to high school level in Siwot Secondary school. After that, she attained the required grade to join University where she enrolled at Tharaka University to pursue Procurement. She graduated in 2021 and enrolled in politics and she was lucky to serve the people in her first attempt.


Linet Chepkorir Toto

Leadership was in her and all she was waiting for was the right time to show the world what she has in store. Her journey began in a Whatsapp group back in her small village in Bomet county and after setting the foundation she then spread her agenda to the people of Bomet.

When she declared her bid to run for the sit her parents thought she was joking since they are just common farmers who can’t afford much apart from basic needs. In most cases, politics are normally associated with well-off individuals, and her parents thought it was impossible for their daughters to thrive in such a field.

Coming from a humble beginning she didn’t have enough material to run her campaign and all she had was only the agenda. Boda Boda riders from her area fell in love with her agenda and they became part of her dream, together with these riders she managed to sell her idea beyond her village, and slowly her county men noticed her brilliant ideas.

While other aspirants used big machines to campaign around the county Toto used any means possible to reach her people until well-wishers donated a car and went on to fuel it. Before getting a car her brother and others traveled for miles selling her to the people through posters that used baking powder as glue.