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Diaspora Kshs 1 Trillion to Contribute to Kenya Economic Boom 2017 – 2022

On December 2009, a Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) and World Bank Report, recorded the Kenya banking financial system as made up of 45 banks; the Deposits were Kshs 1.006 trillion and the Loan Advances Kshs 721 billion. In September 2017, CBK reported the Diaspora remitted Kshs 18 billion. At an average of Kshs 18 billion the Diaspora in next 60 months, September 2017 to August 2022, are on track to remit Kshs 1.08 trillion. This will grow the Kenya Bank deposits by Kshs 1 trillion and Loan Advances by over Kshs 720 billion.
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Excitement Builds As Diaspora University Town Development Site Opening Approaches

An Entrepreneur Approach to development that is now anchored in Kenya Constitution 2010 1 (2) “Sovereign Power can be exercised directly,” has enabled Diaspora Kenyans progress an idea to become Diaspora University Town development plan. The site the Institution Town Development Plan legislated under Kenya Constitution 185 (4) will be implemented in Taita Taveta County is headed for opening. Many Diaspora Kenyans working on the project are excited to be part of the project. They plan to visit Kenya and be part of opening the site. ...
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Diaspora University Town to Tap the Kshs 18 Billion Monthly Diaspora Remittances Capital.

Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) reported that Diaspora remittances to Kenya in the month of September were Kshs 18 billion. Diaspora who are founders and developers of Diaspora University Town look to tap this Diaspora remittances capital that becomes Kenya Bank deposits and then Kenya Bank loan advances. ...
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The Streets & Avenues of Diaspora University Town

“In achieving beauty of a town, buildings should never replace trees; both should exist together. The streets and avenues should be well designed and always maintained as per the original architectural design. Grass fields and flower plants should be well groomed. Litter in the streets controlled. The original picture should not change.” The architectural design of Diaspora University Town is a green Town with well-kept streets and avenues with vast green vegetation. ...
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Diaspora Kenyans to Open Diaspora University Town Site December

Diaspora Kenyans have intensified their Kenya University Project work as they look to open Diaspora University Town development site December. The Diaspora Kenyans are working to produce a town and build roads, infrastructure and buildings to the standards of any Town in the U.S. The Diaspora will have a University and Hospital in the town. The Diaspora Kenyans are working closely with WPI to achieve a University similar to WPI. WPI University today enrolls students from 72 countries of the World....
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Become a KUP Town House Developer With a Starting Capital of $1,000.

Two ideas, a University development idea and Housing development idea, would become the Kenya University Project (KUP.) The project today offers anyone interested becoming a Kenya Property developer the opportunity to do so through becoming a developer of the planned Town Houses in Diaspora University Town. Person who joins during the current offer will start with a capital as low as $1,000 for each Town House they shall develop using KUP System....
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WPI Deans & Diaspora, Progress Diaspora University Plan

The Diaspora University plan was progressed by a meeting of: Michael Ginzberg, Dean of Business School; Wole Soboyejo, WPI Dean of Engineering School; Kristopher Sullivan, WPI Academic Affairs; Phyllis Kiarie, Diaspora University ICT Plan Developer and Dan Kamau, Diaspora University Town Project Developer. The meeting updated on the progress made so far on the planning of Diaspora University and discussed the next stages. ...
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Diaspora University ICT Plan Developer Visits Worcester

Phyllis Kiarie, who is part of the 30 Diaspora Kenyan Scholars founding Diaspora University and is the University ICT developer, visited Worcester as she progressed her work. The ICT specialist was happy to meet with Eric Mirie, who is working on opening an ICT Company. She also visited the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau that is the project legal plan developer. She is in Worcester to visit WPI University, whose plan Diaspora University will adopt. ...
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Diaspora University Town ICT Developers Review ICT Plan

Eric Mirie of Worcester and Phyllis Kiarie of Alabama who have been working on the Diaspora University Town Information, Communication Technology (ICT) plan met at Eric office in Worcester. The specialists were happy to finally meet and review the DUT-ICT plan. The specialists who have vast knowledge and experience in ICT systems discussed the diverse ICT plans that will be implemented in the University and Town. ...
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Diaspora University in Kenya Buildings Designs

The Diaspora University in Kenya, buildings designs, are progressing through the preliminary design stage as the project inches closer and closer to ground break. The Diaspora University founders and developers meeting on Saturday updated each other on the progress they are making. Dean of WPI Engineering School on seeing the building designs replied, “The buildings look great.” ...
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