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Ndara B Chairman Mwandaa Works at Diaspora University Town Land

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Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa cuts bushes at Diaspora University Town as Survey progresses Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa cuts bushes at Diaspora University Town as Survey progresses

Ndara B Chairman, Benjamin Mwandaa, was a teenager as Kenya attained her independence in 1963. He would become a Police officer and over the years offer security, safety and emergency services to Kenyans in different parts of Kenya. After retirement he would return home and his community would choose him as Chairman of their Community land. He has since brought to the Community the Diaspora University Town that will provide jobs, education and meet the future generations. He worked at the site as he asked others to work hard to build the University and Town.

The Diaspora University Town project will create thousands of jobs for young men and women especially those aged between 20 and 30. As these young develop the town they will also be creating their new home. Of the 30,000 thousand persons expected to be settled in the Town close to 70% will be aged below 35 years.

Chairman Mwandaa is happy with the progress made so far. He can’t wait to see the work progress to buildings of the university and town roads construction, so the thousands of young men and women can start working to build this new home. Close to 2,000 persons have registered for the jobs with the majority (about 70%) being persons aged 18 years to 35 years. In 5 years the plan is to make the land a home of 30,000 residents as it creates 20,000 jobs. 6,000 town houses will be built.

Mwandaa looking at the 15 persons already working at the site says that they are happy to be building the University and Town for themselves and for future generations. He says his community is happy to partner with Diaspora for the benefit of all.

Mwandaa whose phone answering is a message of President Uhuru Kenyatta thanking the Diaspora for their contribution to Kenya development, thanks the Diaspora for starting the project and putting in resources to create the ongoing development plan. He thanks Bishop Mwawasi for bringing the project to Taita Taveta and for coming to see him. He says, the young men and women will work hard so they can benefit from the jobs created and have a place to go every day and houses developed. 

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