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Mary Presents KUP to Oklahoma City Diaspora

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Mary Kinyanjui (Left) speaking to Diaspora Kenyans at Oklahoma Mary Kinyanjui (Left) speaking to Diaspora Kenyans at Oklahoma

Mary Kinyanjui the KUP–Medical Hospital Plan developer was in Oklahoma City, where she talked to Diaspora Kenyans. As KUP Medical Hospital Plan developer Mary is working with a Diaspora team of Doctors, Sciences, Scientists and other healthcare professionals on this plan. She was in Oklahoma following an invitation by Agnes Mwaura who is the KUP Diaspora representative.

Since joining the ongoing plan Mary who residents in the Anaheim, CA region has continued to make the project successful through putting time and resources. She has so far visited and presented the project to Diaspora in: Las Vegas, NV; Southern MD; Botswana; and Sacramento, CA. 

During her trip to Oklahoma she also passed through Dallas and got a plan for a meeting started. The plan of the meeting in Dallas is underway and Prof. Philiph Mutisya of North Carolina, who is working on the University Plan, will be the key presenter. Professor Mutisya spoke about the project during the Jamhuri Day celebrations in North Carolina.    

Mary says the Diaspora in Oklahoma were excited and happy that the project is planned by the Diaspora. On her part she was excited for young men and women who shall get jobs and the families in Kenya will have an opportunity to live in better housing for there were several Diaspora Kenyans who signed up to become Property Developers through KUP System. 

The KUP system is set-up to produce jobs and housing. Every year over 500,000 Kenyans enter the job market after completing their education and becoming adults. On the other hand Kenya population is growing at over 1 million, which means a demand of over 200,000 units of housing every year. 


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