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More than a hundred Town House designs will be implemented in the Diaspora University Town. Several architects are currently working on the different town house designs as the Design-Build stages progress. Rose Ndiritu who was part of the Diaspora for close to 20 years is part of the Design-Build team is currently working closely with the designers. She says, “Our Design-Build team in Kenya is progressing well and we should be able to deliver diverse town houses as required.” She thanks the Diaspora who are registered as Town House developers.
The first buildings that will have offices of scholars, lecture rooms, library, dining room, temporary hospital and other space preliminary designs are ongoing. Rose Ndiritu who spent close to 20 years at Diaspora is today working closely with architectural designers as the Design-Build team plans on the buildings to be used for university education. “Our goal is to have Diaspora who are part of the project who visit Kenya, this December, see the construction work progressing,” says Rose on behalf of the Design-Build team. ...
Fifty (50), Diaspora Kenyans will by the end of December have relocated back to Kenya and started the development the Kenya University Project (KUP) – Diaspora University Town in Taita Taveta. “I’m ready to go,” says Dr. Joseph Mutisya who is currently working on the university student’s enrollment plan. ...
Attorney Dr. Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA; Dr. Wilson Endege of Cambridge, MA; Prof. Dr. Philliph Mutisya of Durham, NC; Prof. Dr. Jerono Rotich of Greensboro, NC; Dr. Mark Kabue of Baltimore, MD; Dr. Philip Mwalali of Raleigh, NC; Dr. Joseph Mutisya of Austin, TX; Dr. David Agwenyi of Hamilton, NJ; Dr. Ben Koissaba of Chicago, IL; Dr. Joseph Gichuhi of Riverside, CA; Dr. Joseph Nzeketha of Hillsborough, NJ; are part of the thirty (30) scholars who are gearing up for the ground break of Diaspora University. ...
Diaspora University that is progressing to implementation got full support from the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education, Dr. Fred Matiang’i and the Commission of University Education Chairman Prof. Chacha Nyaigotti during a town hall meeting in Boston, MA. The Cabinet Secretary offered to do whatever he is asked to enable the university to get started saying, “I’m ready and willing to do whatever asked.” ...
One of the greatest achievements a person who has achieved a Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s degree and a Doctorate degree can achieve is: the founding of a University that will award degrees. Professor Philliph Mutisya, is finalizing the Kenya University Project - PhD Founders Plan that will have 30 Diaspora doctorate degree holders and scholars who shall become founders of Diaspora University. ...
Rose Ndiritu walked over five kilometers across the land as she climbed to the highest point of the land that the Kenya University Project – Institution Town Development plan will be developed. She and a team studied the land that will become the Diaspora University Town. “It is beautiful,” Rose said of the land and the view from the highest point. ...
“These are the dollars we got,” Cathy Jackie of Baltimore, MD holds out a pile of dollars as Njeri Ndicu, Mary Kinyanjui, Bui Thuo of Riverside County, CA and Joyce Rorie of Seattle, WA point to the money. The Kenya University Project (KUP) developers were part of a group of ten (10) developers who were in Las Vegas for the Rugby sevens that will lead to Diaspora University Town developed to have: Diaspora University, Diaspora Medical Hospital, Industries, Schools, Tourism & Hotels, Golf course and diverse SMEs – Small & Medium Enterprises. ...
Bishop Donald Mwawasi is very excited that the land conveyance to Diaspora University Trust is progressing well. He is happy the Taita Taveta Land Board approved the survey. The final stage will be registration of land to the Diaspora University Trust that will develop the Institution Town Development Plan approved by Taita Taveta County Assembly implementation to achieve a well-planned town on the land....
At the WPI Engineering School Dean Michael Ginzberg of WPI Business School and Dean Wole Soboyedo of Engineering School met with Dr. Wilson Endege, Prof. Philliph Mutisya and Dan Kamau as they reviewed the Diaspora University Development Plan....
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