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Professor Philliph Mutisya during a visit to Massachusetts to attend a meeting for the Kenya University Project – Diaspora University at WPI in Worcester city took time to visit his former university, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, also known as Umass Amherst. The professor was excited to be back at the university, he did his Masters and PhD degrees from 1983 to 1989. He said, “I have not been back since 1989. This visit brings back fond memories.”
Kenya population is currently growing at slightly over 1.2 million. This averages to about 3,300 new living persons in Kenya every day. By 2050 Kenya population is projected to grow and reach 95 million. This growth calls for a constant changing Kenya environment plan that meet Kenya Constitution article, 42 requirement of "Every person has the right to a clean and healthy environment…” Diaspora through Diaspora University will contribute toward 10 Kenya Constitutional rights: environment right, 42; social economic rights, 43; right to life, 26; and right to academic freedom and scientific research. ...
Bui Thuo a registered nurse and Njeri Ndicu a school teacher in California know that to get a job; someone has to create the job. They know to live in a good house that is in a great town; persons have to develop and continuously manage the town. They know that to have a good hospital; persons have to commit to develop the hospital. They are in Las Vegas for they have made a commitment to create jobs, develop houses and develop the Kenya University Project - Diaspora University Town in Kenya....
Attorney Dr. Njoroge Kamau hosted his fellow scholars, Professor Philliph Mutisya and Dr. Wilson Endege in his law firm offices for a review of the Kenya University Project KUP - University Plan. Prof. Mutisya was excited to be back to Massachusetts. He talked of his stay in the 80’s when he attended University of Massachusetts in Amherst for his Master’s degree and PhD, “We were very few Kenyans then in Massachusetts,’ he said. “I and President Uhuru Kenyatta were in Amherst Town. ...
Wycliff Chakua of Atlanta, GA and formerly of Minnesota who works in the Energy sector knows how vital energy is in daily living. To give back to Kenya, during his spare time works on the Kenya University Project KUP – Energy Plan that will meet the housing, street lighting, industrial, university and other energy needs of the Diaspora University Town....
“Don’t fear change!” Diaspora Kenyans developing the Kenya University Project - Diaspora University Town plan that will create 20,000 new jobs are telling fellow Diaspora Kenyans. “There are 2,000 Jobs for Diaspora in Kenya,” based on the KUP jobs plan. Close to 100 Diaspora PhD's, Scientists, Doctors, RN’s, ICT professionals, Engineers and Specialists in diverse fields are each day progressing the project to ground-break in Kenya. ...
Peter Mwangi and his wife Agnes of Anaheim, CA, who are on vacation in Kenya, travelled to Taita Taveta for a tour of the land that the Kenya University Project – University Town shall be developed. Pastor Pagiel Mshila who worked closely with Bishop Donald Mwawasi in establishing the land took them for a land tour. Peter was excited after visiting the area that the Diaspora University town will be developed. He called the area, “a beautiful place.” This will soon become their next home as he and other Diaspora build a new town in Kenya. ...
Once Diaspora money is remitted and it arrives in Kenya, the final destination of the money is becoming a bank deposit. In 2010 – 2016 Diaspora remitted about Kshs 700 billion. During the same period the total deposits in all Kenya Banks grew from Kshs 1 trillion to about Kshs 3 trillion. The loan advances from deposits grew from Kshs 721 billion to about Kshs 2.5 trillion. In 2017 – 2021, the total Diaspora remittances will be about Kshs 1 trillion. The bank deposits are projected to grow to Kshs 6 trillion and loan advances to Kshs 5 trillion. ...
Dr. Wilson Endege and Rose Ndiritu, of Kenya University Project (KUP), had a meeting with the KCB Bank team of: Vincent Aberi, Head of Diaspora Banking; Gregory Siro, Manager of Gigiri branch; Jennifer Chege, Relationships Manager Diaspora Banking; and, Joshua Kirui, Relationship Manager Mortgages The main discussion was the KCB Bank finance plan for Diaspora KUP property developers. ...
Kenya Constitution article 43 reads, “(1) Every person has the right— (a) to the highest attainable standard of health, which includes the right to health care services, including reproductive health care; (b) to accessible and adequate housing, and to reasonable standards of sanitation; (c) to be free from hunger, and to have adequate food of acceptable quality; (d) to clean and safe water in adequate quantities; (e) to social security; and (f) to education.” Dr. Wilson Endege visited the Ministry of Education at Jogoo House in Nairobi to advance these constitutional rights for Kenyans. ...
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