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14 Falls Diaspora University Project File Open at Law Firm

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 At Omusolo Mungai law firm (From Left) Advocate Elissa Otemba, Advocate Gregory Omusolo, Charles Gicheha the Landowner & Rose Ndiritu Diaspora University Proeprty Developer Capital System developer. At Omusolo Mungai law firm (From Left) Advocate Elissa Otemba, Advocate Gregory Omusolo, Charles Gicheha the Landowner & Rose Ndiritu Diaspora University Proeprty Developer Capital System developer.

Charles Gicheha gave details of his 20 acres land that he has put forward to become part of the Diaspora University projects to Adv. Gregory Omusolo and Adv. Elissa Otemba. Rose Ndiritu, the Diaspora University Projects Capital developer was present. She plans to open the capitalization of the project right away.

The land is located along the Thika-Garissa road opposite Mount Kilimambogo and next to 14 Falls. The project conceptualized plan is for development of a high school that will have 1,200 students of the approximately 5 million students expected to be in high school at any given time in the coming years.

The project further incorporates a settlement of 300 persons as houses and apartments are developed by property developers. This alongside there will be a residential of the 1,200 students. A swimming pool is incorporated to both service the school, residents and other persons.

The land will further anchor the creation of 200 jobs as: the school is open; light industrial warehouses are built and industries open; a petrol station to service the more than 100 cars that pass through the Thika – Garissa highway every hour and other job creating ventures. 

The plan incorporates a Diaspora University Medical clinic opening and a Project-Based Learning center that about 20 students will come every 7 weeks (2 months) as they do the project requirement in their degree program. The project center is planned to support projects done in the region, Thika and Thika highway that continues to expand to a settlement and industrial region.   

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