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Isaac Progresses KUP During Minnesota Madaraka Day Events

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Isaac of KUP (Right) works with Jennifer of KCB Bank (Center) at Minnesota Madaraka Day event. Isaac of KUP (Right) works with Jennifer of KCB Bank (Center) at Minnesota Madaraka Day event.

Isaac Waithinji welcomed KCB Bank to the Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St Paul, region in the State of Minnesota. “Diaspora Kenyans living in the region every year celebrate Madaraka Day and have events that the Kenya Ambassador attends,” said Isaac. Isaac on this day took time to present Kenya University Project (KUP) and especially the KUP – Town House development opportunity. He worked closely with KCB Bank who will be providing microfinance loan product to KUP – Town House developers.

Ambassador Hon. Robison Githae was the main guest of the two day events that had a dinner on Saturday night and a Nyama Choma park event on Sunday. Isaac was happy with the progress he and KCB Bank representative made at the event especially with the KUP Town House opportunity for Kenya development.   

The KUP-Town House Developer opportunity is one many Diaspora are welcoming as a way to add a second source of income as one develops and sells a town house. The KUP Town House System is set in a way to bring benefits to all parties: The property developer gets property developer income. The home user gets a job and house to leave in as he/she buys the house through mortgage. The bank through issue of finance products facilitates jobs creation and housing development and grows the loan advances bank business.   

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