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Kenya Constitution 2010 Power is Cementing, Attorney Kamau Tells Diaspora University Town Developers.

“The four – two split ruling by the Kenya Supreme Court on September, will historically be remembered as the ruling that strengthened Kenya Constitution Sovereignty Power, article 1; Supremacy of this Constitution, article 2; and the Defence of Constitution, article 3,” says Attorney Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA. He is pleased with the discussion occurring that he terms, “Kenya Constitution Power Cementing.” He says President Uhuru Kenyatta speech during the 12th Parliament opening that concentrated on Kenya Constitution and especially Kenya Constitution article 1 on sovereign power contributed to making Kenya Constitution the Supreme Power of Kenya.
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IEBC Can Achieve 100% Credible October Elections & Accurate Tallying

The Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) created through Kenya Constitution Chapter Seven of “Representation of the People,” in improving on the August 8th 2017 electoral system can achieve a 100% credible October election and accurate tallying. IEBC can incorporate systems that have roles for religious leaders and media created as the IEBC eliminate electoral malpractices as required by Kenya Constitution law 86. ...
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Prof. Jerono Rotich Talks KUP-Diaspora University, KESSA & Amb. Githae

Professor Jerono Rotich, one of the Kenya University Project (KUP) – Diaspora University founders, who just participated in the KESSA conferences says, “Kenya University project is a terrific opportunity to PAY BACK and to PAY FORWARD. I am very excited about the progress that KUP has made in such a short time, so please join us to build Diaspora University Town and our County.” On Amb Githae she answers, “Kenyans in Diaspora are fortunate to have one of the greatest Ambassadors, Dr. Githae. He is very devoted and dedicated to serving the Kenya Diaspora among all his other responsibilities.” ...
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5th Annual Flying Kites Difference Makers

On Saturday, 9th September 2017, Brookmeadow Country club was packed when about 30 Safari Boston, Safari DC & Friendz golfers plus their fans turned out for another very successful Flying Kites Difference Makers Open golf tournament. The Flying Kites Difference Makers Open is always well supported and is eagerly anticipated by both seasoned golfers and newcomers. This time the focus was on raising funds to help Flying Kites in their quest for buying a school bus for the kids. Monies raised from the entry fee and also the proceeds of a grand raffle will be donated to Flying Kites....
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Professors, Mutisya, Rotich & Kimaru Founders of Diaspora University at Atlanta

Professor Philliph Mutisya, Professor Jerono Rotich and Professor Christopher Kimaru who are part of 30 Scholars founding the Diaspora University were in Atlanta to attend the Kenya Scholars & Studies Association (KESSA) annual meeting. The professors in their capacity as founders of Diaspora University engaged other scholars, “It was a great exciting time. Even Ambassador Robison Githae will be part of the project,” said Professor Mutisya who talked to the Ambassador. ...
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Sovereign Power Transfer to President Per Kenya Constitution

Kenya Constitution, “1. (1) “All sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya and shall be exercised only in accordance with this Constitution. (2) The people may exercise their sovereign power either directly or through their democratically elected representatives.” A Supreme Court ruling of four to two read, “A declaration is hereby issued that the Presidential Election held on 8th August 2017 was not conducted in accordance with the Constitution and the applicable law rendering the declared result invalid, null and void.” Kenya constitution through the Supreme Court nullified the elections. The constitution requires the process repeated in 60 days. Below, the constitutional laws and how Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission can ensure the election is done in accordance with Kenya Constitution and legislated laws....
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Worcester Ladies Appreciate Kenyan Pastors in Boston Region

Rather than spend their money on vacations during the summer, a group of Worcester ladies was inspired to appreciate pastors in the Boston region. Betty Ndegwa who came up with the idea said that once she thought of the appreciation she knew it was the right thing to do. She talked to Penny Gitau, Magdalene Kiarie, Mercy Kinyua, Grace Muiru and Anne Mbugua who joined her. As a team the ladies got the Liberty Church events hall, cooked a dinner meal, bought and prepared special gifts and prepared everything needed. They then invited the pastors for the meal and gave them the gifts as they appreciated and thanked them for the work they do for the Kenyan Community in Boston region. ...
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KCB Bank Receives Diaspora University Town Land Title

Kenya University Project (KUP) team of Bishop Donald Mwawasi of Atlanta, GA and Rose Ndiritu formerly of Worcester and Lowell in MA deposited the land title where Diaspora University Town will be developed in KCB Bank for safekeeping. The land title was received by the head of KCB Bank Diaspora Banking, Vincent Aberi, a former Diaspora Kenyan who lived in Dallas, TX before taking his job in Kenya....
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Diaspora University Town Receives Land Title

Diaspora University Town, a Kenya University Project by Diaspora Kenyans for the development of a university and town through a Trust received its land title. Bishop Donald Mwawasi, of Atlanta, GA received the land title on behalf of the project. He will deposit the title at the KCB bank as per development plan. The Master Development Plan (MDP) - 5 Year plan is now set as September 2017 – August 2022. The plan will develop a Town with 30,000 residents and a University with 10,000 students. Over 500 Small Medium Enterprises (SME): Industrial, Biotechnology and ICT, SMEs are also expected to be open in town. 20,000 new jobs will progressively be created as Town develops. ...
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Work Income & Property Developer Income

Warren Buffet is quoted saying, “If you do not find a way to make money when you are asleep, then you shall work for the rest of your life.” This quote is today used to inspire many to find a second way to make money. Kenya University Project (KUP) Property Developer System is a ready second way. For a Diaspora Kenyan to use the KUP system they need to sign a KUP document that opens a property developer file at the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau and a KCB Bank account Diaspora banking. ...
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