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Dr. Endege & KUP Team Present KUP at WaKenya Pamoja Boston Event

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From left: KUP team Dr. Wilson Endege, Architect Charles Njeru, Dan Kamau & Attorney Njoroge Kamau From left: KUP team Dr. Wilson Endege, Architect Charles Njeru, Dan Kamau & Attorney Njoroge Kamau

“Kenya University Project – Diaspora University Town is an ongoing project for development of a University Town, Growth of Kenya Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Creation of Jobs, Development of Housing and Advancement Kenya Constitution Rights,” Dr. Wilson Endege shared with Kenyans in the South Boston region during a WaKenya Pamoja Boston event held at Brockton City and attended by Kenya Ambassador Hon. Robinson Githae. Other KUP persons present were: Atty Dr. Njoroge Kamau, Architect Charles Njeru, Dr. Acquillahs Muteti, Dr. Paul Kasili, Dan Kamau and Tony Ngari.

“KUP development plan is for the creation of 20,000 new jobs,” said Dr. Endege. “These jobs created as a Town with a University, Medical Hospital, Biotechnology Plant, Industries and other Small Medium Enterprises.” Dr. Endege informed the South Boston Kenyans of the Biotechnology Plant he is working on that will produce medicines and vaccines.

The status of project was presented as follows:    

DEVELOPMENT PLAN. The Institution Town Development Plan is approved through legislation passed by Taita Taveta County Assembly in accordance with Kenya Constitution 185 (4) that reads: “A county assembly may receive and approve plans and policies for—(a) the management and exploitation of the county’s resources; and (b) the development and management of its infrastructure and institutions.” 

LAND. The land the university town will be built on is identified and is progressing to be registered with the University Trust.

DESIGN-BUILD. The preliminary design work of Buildings and Infrastructure to be constructed is currently ongoing in Kenya. Urban Planner & Architect Charles Njeru of Worcester City is working closely with Kenya team.           

UNIVERSITY. This is the main project. The parent institution of the new university is WPI University. The Wall Street Journal has rated WPI the #1 university that combines teaching and research. 30 Diaspora Scholars are founding the Diaspora University. 

MEDICAL HOSPITAL. Diaspora healthcare professionals continue to work on plans for the University Town Hospital. The team comprises Dr. Mwalali of North Carolina, Dr. Kabue of Maryland, RN’s Mary and Bui from California and other professionals. 

TOWN HOUSE DEVELOPERS. An innovated system established through the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau enables Diaspora Kenyans to join KUP as Town House developers of the planned Town Houses.  Using a finance product from KCB Bank one can start developing a Town House with a starting capital of $1000. Persons continue to register.    

FINANCE. KCB Bank loan advances were Kshs 96 billion in 2009. The loan advances grew to Kshs 353 billion by 2016, a growth of Kshs 250 billion in 7 Years. By the end of 2021 KCB Bank loan advances are projected to reach Kshs 700 billion. KUP will tap the growing loan advances at KCB Bank and other Banks.  

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