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Lwanga to Create Jobs & Develop Town Houses in Kenya Through KUP

Lwanga Njoroge knows firsthand how important a job and a house is. As Kenyans started settling in Worcester City in the late 90’s and 2000’s he would put in resources to help many Kenyans search for jobs. Today he is among the Kenyans who are part of Kenya University Project (KUP) who are putting in resources to create jobs in Kenya. “I know many Kenyans will be happy once they get jobs,” said Lwanga.
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Tony Ngari to Advance KUP & KCB Bank Products in Boston, MA

Tony Ngari met KCB Bankers in Worcester as he committed to advance the Kenya University Project (KUP) as well as KCB Bank accounts opening and financial products in the Boston region. Tony the President of Safari Boston Golf Club lives in the South Boston region that has the third largest population of the five regions Kenyans live in Massachusetts, namely: Lowell, Worcester, South Boston, North Boston and Springfield....
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Sheila of KUP to advance KCB Bank Products in Springfield, MA

Sheila Binyenya desire to develop Kenya made her commit to become part of the Kenya University Project (KUP) since 2010. She welcomed KCB Bank as the bankers visited the Boston region. She committed to advancing the KCB Bank products to Kenyans living in the Springfield City of Massachusetts and surrounding towns who become part of KUP. A person who joins KUP will be able to get KCB Bank products upon opening bank account. ...
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KCB Bank at Atty Kamau Njoroge Law Firm

As Diaspora Persons interested in becoming Kenya University Project (KUP) Town Houses continue to establish property developers files at the Law firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau and KCB Bank Personal Bank Accounts; KCB Bank Diaspora Banking team of Jennifer Chege of KCB Bank Diaspora - Kenya and Shose Kombe of KCB Bank Diaspora - Tanzania met with Attorney Njoroge Kamau who welcomed the bank at his law offices in Worcester City, Boston region. ...
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KCB Bank in Worcester

Kenyans and Tanzanians living in the greater Boston region welcomed KCB Bank to the city of Worcester in Massachusetts on Memorial Day. The East Africans opened bank accounts as they continued to explore opportunities for investment. Dr. Wilson Endege a scientist from Boston who is part of the Kenya University Project welcomed KCB Bank to Massachusetts State, a state he has called home since he came to the U.S and joined Harvard University....
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Dallas Kenyans Open KCB Bank Accounts & Join KUP

Dr. Joseph Mutisya who spent several years in Dallas, TX and was the associate pastor of Upendo Church before relocating to Austin, Texas was in Dallas during the memorial weekend advancing Kenya University Project (KUP.) Dr. Mutisya is part of the 30 scholars who shall found the university. He welcomed KCB Bank in Dallas, TX as he worked with KCB Bank. He was happy to introduce to Dallas Kenyans the project. He projects that by the end of this month many Dallas Kenyans will become part of this development. ...
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KCB Bank to Offer Special Finance Products & Rates For KUP Town House Developers

In a conference, meeting attended by Kenya University Project (KUP) developers, KCB Bank Diaspora Banking representatives from Kenya and Tanzania presented the services and products offered by KCB Bank. Jennifer Chege of KCB Bank - Kenya stated that KCB Bank is happy to be working with KUP team. Answering Prof. Paul Kasili on interest rates she said she cannot answer the exact rates, but the bank will offer special finance products and rates for KUP. ...
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Susan to Start SME & Create 100 Jobs at Diaspora University Town

Susan Njeri is an entrepreneur who owns an assisted living business in California. Since becoming part of Kenya University Project (KUP), she has started her jobs creation SME plan. She looks to start an Assisted living Small Medium Enterprise (SME) that will create 100 new jobs in Kenya. She says, “As Kenyans in Kenya age, they will need living assistance.”...
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KCB Bank Loan Advances for KUP – Diaspora University Town

Diaspora Kenyans who have become part of Kenya University Project (KUP) are very excited to kick off the Diaspora University Town development that will create about 20,000 jobs and housing for their fellow Kenyans. They are happy that KCB Bank will be giving loan advances to property developers. Dr. Wilson Endege who has started a Biotechnology Company that is one of the companies to open at Diaspora University Town says, “Jobs and Houses is the best thing Diaspora can give Kenya back.”...
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Land For Diaspora University Town Approved

Rose Ndiritu is excited. She says, “Our Design-Build team is now planning to be on the ground after the approval of the transfer of land to Diaspora University Trust.” Rose who during the Design-Build land study climbed to the highest point of the land adds, “I can’t wait for the Diaspora to fly back and be part of developing the Diaspora University Town.” She plans to erect a sign of Diaspora University Town on Mombasa Road as the Development starts. ...
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