Bachelor of Science in Economics with honors, St. Joseph's University, 1964. Diploma in French language and literature, University Paris, Sorbonne, 1965. Master of Arts in Economics, University Paris, Sorbonne, 1967.
Doctor of Philosophy in Comprehensives, University Paris, Sorbonne, 1968.
Planning officer Kenya Government, Nairobi, 1969, permanent secretary ministry environmental and natural resources, 1982—1984. Lecturer University Nairobi, 1969—1970. Programme officer United Nations, Kinshasa, 1970—1973, economics affairs officer Geneva, 1973—1980.
Chief general studies and trade information United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, 1980—1982. Chief research director Epoque Economic Research and Management Consultant, since 1985. Board directors Credit Africa, Ltd., Market Africala.
Consultant in field.
Chairman Kenya Environmental Committee, since 1982. Board directors Kenya National Tourist Development Corporation, since 1982. Member of Kanu Party (life), United Nations Economics Club, Economics Club Kenya.
Married Martha Genevieve Omolo, October 3, 1970. Children: Fredrick Omoto-Opere, Patrice Omoto-Opere, Andrew Omoto-Opere.