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KUP Developer’s Get Money at Las Vegas for Diaspora University Town

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From Left: Njeri of CA, Bui of CA, Cathy Jackie of Baltimore, MD holding money, Mary of CA and Joyce of Seattle, WA From Left: Njeri of CA, Bui of CA, Cathy Jackie of Baltimore, MD holding money, Mary of CA and Joyce of Seattle, WA

“These are the dollars we got,” Cathy Jackie of Baltimore, MD holds out a pile of dollars as Njeri Ndicu, Mary Kinyanjui, Bui Thuo of Riverside County, CA and Joyce Rorie of Seattle, WA point to the money. The Kenya University Project (KUP) developers were part of a group of ten (10) developers who were in Las Vegas for the Rugby sevens that will lead to Diaspora University Town developed to have: Diaspora University, Diaspora Medical Hospital, Industries, Schools, Tourism & Hotels, Golf course and diverse SMEs – Small & Medium Enterprises.

“We got a lot of money from Las Vegas for property development,” said Cathy, who was visiting Las Vegas for the fourth time on behalf of the project. During her visit, she also works on the tourism plan. She says, “As the Diaspora University Town reaches the fifth year of development I want to have at least 3,000 visitors at the town each day.” She adds that Las Vegas that has about 100,000 persons in Vegas each day and 45 million nights a year is the best place to work on the 3,000 visitors per day and 1 million tourist nights a year.

In looking for capital to build hotels Cathy says the Diaspora property should develop town houses, sell the town houses, make money and then build hotels for the tourists. She says she is already working on the first hotel plan she hopes will have 500 beds that the Diaspora will build. 

Cathy says she was very happy to work alongside the KUP - Medical Hospital developers. “I know once the hospital is developed my job will be easy. The tourists I sell Tsavo National Park tours will feel secure for a great hospital, they can get treatment in if they become fall sick or get injured is at the Diaspora University Town.”       

 

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