By Nairobian Editor | 8 months ago
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By Nairobian Editor
After his death in 1925, his wife Lucy built the Macmillan Library in Nairobi in his memory.
His trademark was his ability to fuse nature with sounds of birds, animals and children in the background
A very principled man, Kipkorir once said he was “frustrated by ethnicity at the UoN and by political interventions bordering on impunity at KCB
He came to spread the gospel, only to leave for 29 years later, blind, sick and with one foot in the grave.
He was the most prolific indigenous photojournalists in pre- and post-independence Kenya
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