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Bishop Mwawasi Excited as Land Conveyance to Diaspora University Trust Progresses

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Bishop Donald Mwawasi (Center) with members of Taita Taveta County Assembly at Taita Taveta County when he presented the Institution Town Development Plan. Bishop Donald Mwawasi (Center) with members of Taita Taveta County Assembly at Taita Taveta County when he presented the Institution Town Development Plan.

Bishop Donald Mwawasi is very excited that the land conveyance to Diaspora University Trust is progressing well. He is happy the Taita Taveta Land Board approved the survey. The final stage will be registration of land to the Diaspora University Trust that will develop the Institution Town Development Plan approved by Taita Taveta County Assembly implementation to achieve a well-planned town on the land.

Diaspora Kenyans who shall develop the planned town houses have opened property developer files at an Attorney Njoroge law firm in Worcester.

The Diaspora University to be developed will be a product of WPI University and will become a university of innovation. More than 20 Diaspora PhDs holders are registered as founders of the University. 

Diaspora Kenyans in the healthcare are also working on a plan to build a medical hospital.

Other plans that will be developed by the Diaspora include: Tourism plan; Technology and Industrial park, already Dr. Wilson Endege Biotechnology plan that will lead to 23 medicines and vaccines is ongoing.

The goal of the Institution Town Development plan is to create jobs and better housing in Kenya. About 20,000 new jobs will be created in the first 5 years in the Diaspora University Town project development.  

Bishop Mwawasi who in the last 24 months spent an equivalent of about 10 months in Kenya as he traveled seven times says the travels were worth every effort made. The travels achieved the Institution Town Development Plan approval and now the land now in the conveyance process to becoming Diaspora University Trust land.   

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