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Ndara B Chairman Mwandaa Works at Diaspora University Town Land

Ndara B Chairman, Benjamin Mwandaa, was a teenager as Kenya attained her independence in 1963. He would become a Police officer and over the years offer security, safety and emergency services to Kenyans in different parts of Kenya. After retirement he would return home and his community would choose him as Chairman of their Community land. He has since brought to the Community the Diaspora University Town that will provide jobs, education and meet the future generations. He worked at the site as he asked others to work hard to build the University and Town.
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Diaspora University Guard Uniform

The first uniform form the Diaspora University is already made and is being worn by those working at the site. The uniform resulted after Col (Rtd) Anthony Nyagala, Major (Rtd) Henry Mwalugha and Police (Rtd) Benjamin Mwandaa formed the Diaspora University Town security, safety and emergency (SSE) committee and opened the Diaspora University Guard system. The plan has guards of the land who would secure the Diaspora University Town land as Assets are put into the land. ...
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12 Resources Developing Diaspora University Town

Ask any person what develops a project, they will say money. Whereas money plays an important role in development; money alone has never developed any project. A project is developed by a multiple of resources that all must be available and integrated together the right way. Diaspora University Town is on track to achieve 12 resources that shall be applied to develop the project. ...
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Surveyor & Architect Identify Location of First Diaspora University Buildings

Surveyor Mathias Mjomba; Concept Construction Architect, Emma Lukosi; Diaspora University Town Environmental and Trees Plan developer, Pagiel Msila; and, Major (Rtd) Henry Mwalugha of the Security Safety and Emergency (SSE) committee were at site to identify the location of the first Diaspora University buildings. ...
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Over 1,000 Register for Diaspora University Town Jobs

Naomi Masawi continues to register persons expressing interest for the Diaspora University Town jobs at the offices in Voi. The Diaspora University Town – Master Development Plan is set to demand about 100 million hours of productive time in all sectors as the plan advances through 5 main plans: Town & 500 SMEs, University, Design-Build, Medical-Hospital and Tourism. ...
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Taita Taveta County First Lady Visits Diaspora University Town Project Office

Taita Taveta County First lady, Stella Samboja, paid a visit to Diaspora University Town project office that is located opposite one of her projects. The First Lady was welcomed to the offices by Naomi Masawi, Col. (Rtd) Anthony Nyangala, Major (Rtd.) Henry Mwalugha and Civil Engineer, Joseph Mwandairo who were at the offices working....
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Jobs Creation at Diaspora University Town Begins

Diaspora University Town project is a project for creation of new jobs as it achieves the constitution rights of: housing, clean water, healthcare, education and social security. The resources put into project: land, capital, intellectual plans, education systems and other resources are geared toward making the human resource of time productive in achieving a modern town. ...
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Diaspora University Town Progressed at WPI

In a meeting at WPI: Dr. Wilson Endege of Diaspora University; Ernest Mungai Kamau of Concept Construction (Co) Limited; Prof. Wole Soboyedo, WPI Dean of Engineering School; and, Prof. Michael Ginzberg, WPI Dean of Business School, held talks as they reviewed the progress of Diaspora University Town development. ...
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South California Advance Diaspora University Town Project

Diaspora University Town Project continues to progress forward as Diaspora look to build a planned Town in Taita Taveta. In a meeting held in Anaheim, CA the Diaspora advanced the University project that will see them develop a Town, University, Medical Hospital and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The guest was Ernest Mungai touring from Kenya. ...
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Diaspora University Town Safety, Security & Emergency Plan Kicks Off

Retired Colonel Anthony Nyangala, Retired Major Mwalungha and Retired Police Officer Benjamin Mwandaa kicked off the Diaspora University Town safety, security and emergency plan. The plan that will progressively be implemented will secure the land, ensure safety and security of all persons inside the land at any given time and provide emergency services to those who become residents, students of university, workers in the project or visit the town. ...
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