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KUP Diaspora 'Create a Job,' Message

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(Left) KUP Diaspora University developers from left: Dan, Prof. Mutiysa & Dr Endege. (Right) WPI Business and Engineering School Deans Prof. Ginzberg, Prof. Zeng & Prof. Soboyedo over dinner discuss Diaspora University development. (Left) KUP Diaspora University developers from left: Dan, Prof. Mutiysa & Dr Endege. (Right) WPI Business and Engineering School Deans Prof. Ginzberg, Prof. Zeng & Prof. Soboyedo over dinner discuss Diaspora University development.

“I need a job,” every Diaspora Kenyan at one stage has spoken the words. Thereafter they have looked for a job and have been happy when they find one. A job contributes to the production of goods and services that sustain all life. If jobs are not created as fast as needed the sustainability of life system is affected.

The failure to create jobs for the growing Kenya population is today the pollution in Kenya Rivers and the dust pollution in the air. The failure to create jobs leads to higher crime rate. The failure to create jobs leads to the high mortality rate of children. The failure to create jobs leads to slums and poor settlements. Indeed, most of the negative things in a community are associated with the lack of a job.

Diaspora Kenyans working on the Kenya University Project (KUP) are working each day to find ways to create jobs in Kenya. The current Diaspora University Town plan that they are currently working on is a plan that will lead to 20,000 jobs as Diaspora University, Diaspora University Medical Hospital, Tourism sector, Industrial sector, Biotechnology sector and other Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are started in the town.

The KUP job message to Diaspora is: “Be a job creator using the KUP property developer system.” The project developers are looking for Kenyans who would like to be job creators so a person who speaks the words, “I need a job,” can get a job through a Diaspora person who says, “I will create a job.”    

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