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Kenya Constitution 2010 Power is Cementing, Attorney Kamau Tells Diaspora University Town Developers.

“The four – two split ruling by the Kenya Supreme Court on September, will historically be remembered as the ruling that strengthened Kenya Constitution Sovereignty Power, article 1; Supremacy of this Constitution, article 2; and the Defence of Constitution, article 3,” says Attorney Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA. He is pleased with the discussion occurring that he terms, “Kenya Constitution Power Cementing.” He says President Uhuru Kenyatta speech during the 12th Parliament opening that concentrated on Kenya Constitution and especially Kenya Constitution article 1 on sovereign power contributed to making Kenya Constitution the Supreme Power of Kenya.
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Professors, Mutisya, Rotich & Kimaru Founders of Diaspora University at Atlanta

Professor Philliph Mutisya, Professor Jerono Rotich and Professor Christopher Kimaru who are part of 30 Scholars founding the Diaspora University were in Atlanta to attend the Kenya Scholars & Studies Association (KESSA) annual meeting. The professors in their capacity as founders of Diaspora University engaged other scholars, “It was a great exciting time. Even Ambassador Robison Githae will be part of the project,” said Professor Mutisya who talked to the Ambassador. ...
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KCB Bank Receives Diaspora University Town Land Title

Kenya University Project (KUP) team of Bishop Donald Mwawasi of Atlanta, GA and Rose Ndiritu formerly of Worcester and Lowell in MA deposited the land title where Diaspora University Town will be developed in KCB Bank for safekeeping. The land title was received by the head of KCB Bank Diaspora Banking, Vincent Aberi, a former Diaspora Kenyan who lived in Dallas, TX before taking his job in Kenya....
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Diaspora University Town Receives Land Title

Diaspora University Town, a Kenya University Project by Diaspora Kenyans for the development of a university and town through a Trust received its land title. Bishop Donald Mwawasi, of Atlanta, GA received the land title on behalf of the project. He will deposit the title at the KCB bank as per development plan. The Master Development Plan (MDP) - 5 Year plan is now set as September 2017 – August 2022. The plan will develop a Town with 30,000 residents and a University with 10,000 students. Over 500 Small Medium Enterprises (SME): Industrial, Biotechnology and ICT, SMEs are also expected to be open in town. 20,000 new jobs will progressively be created as Town develops. ...
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Work Income & Property Developer Income

Warren Buffet is quoted saying, “If you do not find a way to make money when you are asleep, then you shall work for the rest of your life.” This quote is today used to inspire many to find a second way to make money. Kenya University Project (KUP) Property Developer System is a ready second way. For a Diaspora Kenyan to use the KUP system they need to sign a KUP document that opens a property developer file at the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau and a KCB Bank account Diaspora banking. ...
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KUP Doctors Visit Diaspora University Town Land

Dr. Philip Mwalali of Raleigh, NC and Dr. Mark Kabue of Baltimore, MD during a visit to Kenya took time to visit and tour the Diaspora University Town land. The doctors in the field of healthcare are part of the 30 scholars starting the Diaspora University and are part of the team working on the Medical Hospital Plan. They were hosted by Bishop Donald Mwawasi and Pastor Pagiel Msila who showed them the land. ...
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Susan Presents KUP-Diaspora University Town at Talanta Awards

“So you think you can Talanta? Prove it!” Was the challenge to young talented Kenyans participating at the Talanta awards event held at Southern California in Santa Ana City. Susan Njeri, who is part of Kenya University Project (KUP) and was also one of the organizers, also presented KUP-Diaspora University Town. ...
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Diaspora University Town Sign & 20,000 Jobs Creation

Millions of jobs need to be created in Kenya for the millions who are unemployed and for the millions growing to become adults as they graduate from schools and colleges. The single greatest achievement of one generation, is the creation of jobs and plans for the future for the maturing next generation. Diaspora Kenyans working on Kenya University Project (KUP) – Diaspora University are excited and looking forward to the put up the Diaspora University Town sign. They are getting ready to create of 20,000 new jobs on the land. ...
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KUP - Town House Developers List to Tap KCB Bank Finance

The Law Firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau in Worcester, MA is working on the Kenya University Project (KUP) - Town House Developers List to tap KCB Bank finance. As June 2017 ends the law firm will have a list of Town House developers for the Town Houses of KUP- Diaspora University Town. The law firm will give the list to KCB Bank who shall provide a financial product for the developers....
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How Uncle Willy 5 Acres Started KUP

As a subscriber of Jamhuri Magazine, Willy Mbugua also known as Uncle Willy would read articles and become interested in Kenya housing development. He had 5 acres opposite Nairobi National Park that a housing project could be developed. Ernest Mungai of Concept Construction (Co) Ltd in Kenya when attending the 2008 WPI U.S-Africa Business partnerships conference, where he presented on Housing and Infrastructure development, would visit Uncle Willy home in Tewksbury, MA. Uncle Willy would decide to have a housing project developed on the 5 acres of land. The decision would lead to what is today the Kenya University Project (KUP) - Diaspora University Town. Uncle Willy was happy to review the 3,000 acres ongoing plan....
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