Attended, St. Joseph's College, Abaiang, Kiribati. Attended, University South Pacific.
He was elected for the first time in 1994. He was reelected in 1998 with 52% of the vote. Tito was reelected again in February 2003 with 50.4% of the vote.
His main opponent was Taberannang Timeon.
Tito, however, was deposed by the Parliament in a no confidence vote just one month after his reelection. One of the main reasons for his ejection was his decision to lease an ATR-72-500 aircraft at the government"s expense.
Within six months this lease chewed up eight million United States dollar. President Tito, through his speeches at the United Nations, interviews with international news media and his active participation at International Climate conferences, began the process of highlighting the detrimental effects of global warming on his and other South Pacific island nations. He also brought his country into the limelight during the 2000 Millennium festivities, by causing it to be the first country to "see tomorrow," after moving the international date line in 1995.
Married; 1 child.