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Diaspora PhDs Gear up For Diaspora University Ground-Break

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Left. Prof Chacha Nyaigotti-Chacha, Chairman of Commission of University Education and Dr. Wilson Endege a founder of Diaspora University and Daktari Biotechnology at Cambridge, MA. Left. Prof Chacha Nyaigotti-Chacha, Chairman of Commission of University Education and Dr. Wilson Endege a founder of Diaspora University and Daktari Biotechnology at Cambridge, MA.

Attorney Dr. Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA; Dr. Wilson Endege of Cambridge, MA; Prof. Dr. Philliph Mutisya of Durham, NC; Prof. Dr. Jerono Rotich of Greensboro, NC; Dr. Mark Kabue of Baltimore, MD; Dr. Philip Mwalali of Raleigh, NC; Dr. Joseph Mutisya of Austin, TX; Dr. David Agwenyi of Hamilton, NJ; Dr. Ben Koissaba of Chicago, IL; Dr. Joseph Gichuhi of Riverside, CA; Dr. Joseph Nzeketha of Hillsborough, NJ; are part of the thirty (30) scholars who are gearing up for the ground break of Diaspora University.

Dr. Fred Matiangi - Cabinet Secretary of Education, Science and Technology, town hall meeting in Boston region has also excited the PhD’s. “This is a very exciting time for KUP,” says Dr. Kabue who is part of the university and medical hospital. Many of the scholars could not understand why the moratorium issued last year by President Uhuru Kenyatta applied to private university development. Dr. Matiang’i clarification that the moratorium was on the new Public University establishment and not new private universities was well received by the scholars, especially Attorney Kamau.  

Attorney Kamau, further reviewing the Kenya University Project progress by the close of March 2017, is happy that his letter and the National Government Incentives document was given to Prof. Chacha Nyaigotti Chacha the Chairman, Commission of University Education. The National Government Incentives will enable creation of 20,000 new jobs in 5 years and further benefit many Kenyans with constitutional rights in article 43: Healthcare, Housing, Clean water, education and social security through jobs. 

Atty Kamau, who attended the University of Nairobi remembers Prof. Chacha during his student days at the campus. He says he is excited the Diaspora University will get started during Prof. Chacha tenure of office. He was also excited to hear that Prof. Chacha was a student of the late Prof. Raphael Njoroge. The late professor is one of the founding professors of Diaspora University.   

The attorney when reviewing the Diaspora University Town House property developer system that is a legal system established in his law firm said, “I’m happy that the Diaspora continue to understand they can become property developers of housing in Kenya.” 

As the attorney looks forward to the ground-break, he says all Diaspora Kenyans who become developers of town houses will every time they fly to Kenya look down at the Diaspora University Town and have a happy moment as they think, silently say or even loudly say, “I’m one of the developers of Diaspora University Town.”  

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