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Ndara B Community Progress Founding of Diaspora University Town

Ndara B Community who joined Diaspora Kenyans and became founders of the Diaspora University Town through their land held under Kenya Constitution 63 (2) Community land consists of— (b) land lawfully transferred to a specific community by any process of law. The Community who allocated their land continue to do their founding role as they progress the project forward in Taita Taveta.
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KUP - Diaspora University Founding Professors at KESSA Conference At Atlanta

Diaspora University Founding Scholars: Prof. Philliph Mutisya and Prof. Christopher Kimaru of North Carolina Central University, and Prof. Jerono Rotich of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University attended the 11th annual Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) Conference in Atlanta, GA. Bishop Donald Mwawasi a founder member of the Diaspora University and Town project also attended as he welcomed the scholars to Atlanta city. ...
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Former PM Raila Odinga Meeting With Diaspora University Town Developers

Former Prime Minister, Hon. Raila Odinga, met with the Diaspora University Town developers Ernest Kamau, Rose Ndiritu and Christine Kamanda over dinner in Nairobi. The Diaspora team talked of the ongoing University Town project and the opportunities the project will create in Kenya. The former PM welcomed the project saying the Diaspora can play a big part in Kenya development. ...
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Visit to NEMA by Diaspora University Developers & SEA Expert

Diaspora University Town (DUT) developers and the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) experts working on the DUT environment plan paid a visit to NEMA (National Environmental Management Agency). The team met the NEMA SEA Deputy Director of Compliance Zephania Ouma and head of SEA Oceanic Sakwa at the Agency. They discussed the ongoing SEA for the Diaspora University Town plan of developing a new town in 3,000 acres of land to become a 90,000 resident’s town with a university to grow to 30,000 students....
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Sheila & George of Springfield, MA Stop by Diaspora University Town Office at Voi

Sheila Binyenya and George Kahi stopped by Diaspora University Town office at Voi, Kenya as they travelled to Mombasa during their visit to Kenya. At hand to welcome them were Bishop Donald Mwawasi who was visiting from Atlanta, GA; Dan Kamau who relocated from Worcester, MA and runs the office; Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa of Ndara B Community and others. ...
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Diaspora University Town Bank Development Plan

Diaspora Kenyans and Kenyans through filling Expression of Interest for the investment are on track to start what will become the Diaspora University Town Bank. In a meeting held at the Law firm of Omusolo and Mungai advocates in Nairobi; Advocate Gregory Omusolo, Bishop Donald Mwawasi, Rose Ndiritu and Dan Kamau reviewed the plan for creation of the bank. Advocate Gregory Omusolo, a specialist in banking and finance law, will facilitate the creation and implementation of the plan. The bank development plan is currently progressing as two options: start a new financial institution or invest in an existing financial institution. ...
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Diaspora Professors Visit Diaspora University Town Office & Land

Diaspora Professors working on the Diaspora University founding: Prof. Philliph Mutisya of Durham, NC; Prof. Jerono Rotich of Greensboro, NC; Prof. Christopher Kimaru of Raleigh, NC who were accompanied by the other professors and professionals made a visit to the Diaspora University Town offices in Voi and the land site. The professors who form a team of 40 professors, both Diaspora professors and Kenyans, were very excited to visit the land. Prof. Mutisya said, “We will get the number to 50 founders. This is very exciting.” ...
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Diaspora University Town Adds Bank Development Plan

Diaspora Kenyans working on the Diaspora University Town development plan have added a Bank development plan in the project. This now creates six main development plans: Town, University, Medical Hospital, Bank, Tourism, and 500 SMEs (Small Medium Enterprises). The bank will be started to offer financial services and products to the Town as the development begins. ...
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Dr. Endege & Rose Advance Diaspora University Town Project at South Boston

When Diaspora arrived at the U.S one prayer to God was that one gets a job. More than 300,000 Kenyans prayers were answered as they got jobs and settled in the U.S. As millions of Kenyans in Kenya today pray to God for jobs; Diaspora are working hard to create the jobs for them. Dr. Wilson Endege is working on a Vaccine and Medicine Plant that will be open at Diaspora University Town and will create close to 1,000 jobs. Rose Ndiritu is working on the Diaspora University Town project capital plan. They teamed up to advance the project at South Boston. ...
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RN Mary of California Visits Diaspora University Town Site

Since becoming part of the Synergy of Entrepreneurs advancing the Kenya University Project by Diaspora 2014: Registered Nurse (RN), Mary Kinyanjui, has invested and progressed the project not only in South California; but also advance the project in Oklahoma, OK; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Botswana, Africa; and Dallas, TX. On visiting the Diaspora University Town project site, she was overjoyed. She said, “This is great. I love this place. This place is beautiful.”...
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