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Diaspora University ICT Plan Developer Visits Worcester

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Attorney Njoroge Kamau and Phyllis at law firm offices in Main Street, Worcester, MA Attorney Njoroge Kamau and Phyllis at law firm offices in Main Street, Worcester, MA

Phyllis Kiarie, who is part of the 30 Diaspora Kenyan Scholars founding Diaspora University and is the University ICT developer, visited Worcester as she progressed her work. The ICT specialist was happy to meet with Eric Mirie, who is working on opening an ICT Company. She also visited the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau that is the project legal plan developer. She is in Worcester to visit WPI University, whose plan Diaspora University will adopt.

Phyllis, who recalled the time she made the decision to develop the ICT plan of the Diaspora, University said, “I’m happy to visit and meet other persons working on the project.” During her visit, she has also met: Dr. Wilson Endege who is part of the 30 Diaspora University Founders and is establishing Daktari Biotechnology that will produce medicine, and Dan Kamau the project developer. 

Attorney Kamau on his part was happy that she is committed. The Attorney who has put in thousands of hours over the years as he has established the Kenya University Project legal plan said, “The success of anything is made possible by those who make a commitment.” 

Close to 800 Kenyans are today listed to become Town House Property Developers. From the 800 close to 100 persons have become entrepreneurial founders and developers of the Diaspora University Town. The Entrepreneurs are working on different plans that will lead to the University, Medical Hospital, Industries, and Businesses started at the University Town site. The plans will create about 20,000 new jobs as Diaspora gives back to Kenya.     

The Diaspora Scholars and specialists are looking to work closely with WPI to achieve a University that will contribute to the advancement of the Kenya Constitutional rights: housing, healthcare, food and others. The growing global population has led to education becoming an important resource for development. Nelson Mandela is quoted saying, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” 

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