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Over 1,000 Register for Diaspora University Town Jobs

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Naomi Masawi records the Expression of Interest Naomi Masawi records the Expression of Interest

Naomi Masawi continues to register persons expressing interest for the Diaspora University Town jobs at the offices in Voi. The Diaspora University Town – Master Development Plan is set to demand about 100 million hours of productive time in all sectors as the plan advances through 5 main plans: Town & 500 SMEs, University, Design-Build, Medical-Hospital and Tourism.

The Master Development Plan adopts systems that have been applied in creation of jobs in the U.S and other developed countrie as thousands of persons become productive in the production and management of Towns, Homes, Institutions and SMEs so as to meet their constitutional rights of housing, healthcare, education, clean water and others.

One of the fastest jobs creation in the U.S occurred as the pentagon building that started in 1941 and completed in 16 months in 1943 was built. In about 20 months thousands of jobs were created in the building of the 600,000 Sq M building that provided work for thousands. This also led to thousands of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) open as well as thousands of residential homes built.  

When President Uhuru Kenyatta spoke in Boston, MA, he stated that the biggest resource in Kenya is the Human Resource. He was right. Today the over 1,000 persons expressing interest will be able to get opportunity to build this town that will become their town and home.

Naomi says that most of the persons are the youth aged between 20 and 30 years.

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