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RN Mary of California Visits Diaspora University Town Site

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(Left) Mary Kinyanjui with kids.(2nd Left) Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa and (Left) Pastor Pagiel Mshila of Harvest Ministries Church at Gimba.  (Left) Mary Kinyanjui with kids.(2nd Left) Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa and (Left) Pastor Pagiel Mshila of Harvest Ministries Church at Gimba.

Since becoming part of the Synergy of Entrepreneurs advancing the Kenya University Project by Diaspora 2014: Registered Nurse (RN), Mary Kinyanjui, has invested and progressed the project not only in South California; but also advance the project in Oklahoma, OK; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Botswana, Africa; and Dallas, TX. On visiting the Diaspora University Town project site, she was overjoyed. She said, “This is great. I love this place. This place is beautiful.”

Benjamin Mwandaa, the Chairman of Ndara B Community, welcomed Mary who was accompanied by her two adopted kids. Mary informed those in Voi that she had gone past Voi many times when travelling to Mombasa and had not seen or paid much attention on the beautiful topography in the region. She also commented, “The weather was good.”  

Mary joined the project following a story of Anaheim city that stated that the city was started by 50 families. Today the city has more than 350,000 residents. About 3,000 persons who reside in the city are Diaspora Kenyans who have migrated to the city in the last 25 years.

Talking about the goal of the Diaspora project, Mary who works as a registered nurse in the Critical/Intensive Care Unit (CCU/ICU) informed the Chairman of Ndara B. “Diaspora want to give back and work with communities to make their lives better,”

Mary Nursing career started in Kenya hospitals has been in the healthcare sector as a Nurse in different towns and cities in Kenya, Botswana and an RN in Indiana and California States in the U.S. She pointed out that Diaspora Kenyans will advance and train Kenyans to reach the standards in developed countries. Having worked in Kenya and U.S she knows what is lacking in the Kenya system so the standard of healthcare can keep improving as population grows.  

Mary also said she is grateful to all Diaspora who have become part of the project. She said that she is happy that the Diaspora chose to invest their capital to develop a University, Medical Hospital and provide housing as they contribute toward the rights of: education, healthcare, housing and clean water.

She said, “Any Diaspora who has a job in the U.S for someone invested to create the job should make an effort to create jobs for others.” She encouraged Diaspora to be job creators in Kenya so those growing up and becoming of age can get jobs.   

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