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Former Diaspora, Owners of SME in Kenya, Join Diaspora University Town Development

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James Gicho and Penninah Gicho at their SME Business along Kiambu-Nairobi Road James Gicho and Penninah Gicho at their SME Business along Kiambu-Nairobi Road

James Gicho Gikanga would organize a meeting in Kansas for the development of a University Town as the Founders had a meet the Diaspora living in different states. James and his wife Penninah Gicho have since relocated to Kenya where they have opened a business along Nairobi -Kiambu highway. Updated on the Diaspora University Town they were excited and said, “We shall start thinking of how to expand our business to the town.”

The couple who also own construction equipment welcomed the opportunity to have their construction equipment put in the construction of the University Town. Pointing at the Equipment said, “This is capital that can be applied right away in the project.”  

Dan Kamau who last met James at Kansas when with the Late Professor Raphael Njoroge they toured the city as they advanced the vision that has become Diaspora University Town was happy to meet former Diaspora Kenyans who are progressing Kenyans. He was equally excited that the former Diaspora Kenyans capital shall be applied in the Diaspora University Town.

Penninah who worked as a Nurse in Kenya and then in the Diaspora welcomed the Medical Hospital Plan. She said she would be delighted to work with the nursing professionals to get the hospital started and successful.    

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