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Diaspora Building Kenya Work to Make 2019 A Jobs Creation Year

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Diaspora University Buildings planned to be built. Diaspora University Buildings planned to be built.

Diaspora Kenyans who appreciate the effort of those who created jobs for them continue to commit time and resources to create jobs in Kenya. They reviewed the progress they have made through the Diaspora University Town. Speaking during the year end conference meeting, Prof. Philliph Mutisya, Dr, Wilson Endege, Dr. Mark Kabue, Bishop Donald Mwawasi, Dr, Phillip Mwalali, RN Mary Kinyanjui and others all said the success achieved in 2018 was great. They encouraged and committed to each other to continue progressing the Diaspora University Town project.

The goal of 2019 is to create 3,000 jobs with about 300 of the jobs created going to Diaspora who are returning home. The other goal is to have 100,000 sq meters of space built in Diaspora University Town by the end of 2019. The other goals to kick of Diaspora University and progress the development of a medical hospital that will improve healthcare and have a hospital system equivalent to any major city in the U.S. 

Creation of jobs by Americans saw thousands of Kenyans migrate to U.S as they got the jobs created. If there were no jobs created there would be no Diaspora. The Diaspora Kenyans who are creating the jobs are also calling upon those who would like to join them to do so as they create jobs for fellow Kenyans and build Kenya. They look to make 2019 the year of jobs creation.     

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