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Prof. Mutisya, Atty Dr. Kamau & Dr. Endege Review KUP University Plan

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Dr. Endege, Prof. Mutisya and Atty Kamau at Law offices of Attorney Kamau Dr. Endege, Prof. Mutisya and Atty Kamau at Law offices of Attorney Kamau

Attorney Dr. Njoroge Kamau hosted his fellow scholars, Professor Philliph Mutisya and Dr. Wilson Endege in his law firm offices for a review of the Kenya University Project KUP - University Plan. Prof. Mutisya was excited to be back to Massachusetts. He talked of his stay in the 80’s when he attended University of Massachusetts in Amherst for his Master’s degree and PhD, “We were very few Kenyans then in Massachusetts,’ he said. “I and President Uhuru Kenyatta were in Amherst Town.

Prof. Mutisya thanked Attorney Njoroge Kamau for setting up the legal plan of the project. He further congratulated the attorney for his studies that led to achieving the Juris Doctorate J.D degree saying, “I’m happy you are part of the Diaspora PhD founders of the university.” The professor presented the Diaspora PhD plan saying over 20 Diaspora PhDs on board. 

The other plan reviewed was “University Endowment, Property and Students plan.” The plan is set-up to endow the university with the resources that will sustain the university. The plan has seven endowment plans that will finance the university property and students. Prof. Mutisya was happy to see that the plan has catered for financing all students and property. 

The WPI Plan was also reviewed that makes WPI the parent of the new Diaspora University. Dr. Endege said that during the last meeting at WPI this plan was looked at and this will be the plan we shall review at the meeting Monday with the WPI deans of different schools. 

Prof. Mutisya who has taught for over 30 years in several universities in North Carolina research triangle in Raleigh - Durham region, said he is excited to see the WPI plan implemented in Kenya. He said he has reviewed the WPI approach and that Kenyan students who are taught through this approach will benefit as well as benefit Kenya.  

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