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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. ...
Dr. Wilson Endege, Benjamin Mwandaa and Hon. Rachael Dawai during a meeting passed resolutions that will progress the university town project underway in Taita Taveta. Also present were: Rose Ndiritu, who is part of the Design-Build and is also currently implementing the University Town development plan in Kenya; Retired Colonel Anthony Nyangala who will be receiving the university town land as well as starting the university town plan that will secure the property, persons and students as development progresses; and Pastor Pagiel Mushila, the pastor of the community church....
Dr. Wilson Endege made a visit to the land being surveyed for allocation to the development of the Diaspora University Town. Showing him the land was Benjamin Mwandaa, the Chairman of the community that allocated the land, Pastor Pagiel Mushila who has a church in the community, Rtd Colonel Anthony Nyagala who will receive the land and secure the land on behalf of the project and Rose Ndiritu who is part of the design-build. ...
“With high unemployment rate in my motherland people are using all means to look for a job as the case with Rose Mbogo. If any of us here is able to hire her please do so,” a post appears in a Diaspora WhatsApp group. A response reads, “That’s really sad. I only hope that she wouldn’t be taken advantage or have a future stalker after putting out her real name and number.” Other responses are, “How will she get a job if someone does not call her number…, I remember my niece in a similar situation, over one year unemployed with a JKUAT degree in IT…” ...
Warren Buffet quote, “If you do not find a way to make income when you sleep, you will work until you die.” This quote can make one ask himself or herself, “If I’m blessed to live for 100 years will I work until I’m 100 years?” We work for we have to eat, sleep and pursue happiness every day. As the world population increases, living in the world becomes more complexity and systems are needed to be innovated and implemented to sustain this growth. ...
A year is defined as the orbital period of the Earth moving in its orbit around the Sun. The period is established through a 365 day calendar that has 366 days in a leap year every 4 years. The calendar is broken down into 12 months. Billions will say, “Happy New Year,” for this system that also sets up a 24 hour day, 60 minute hour and 60 seconds is already in place. ...
Dr. Wilson Endege and Rose Ndiritu met KCB Bank Manager Gregory Siro and discussed the KUP Property Developer financing from KCB Bank. The first finance discussed a microfinance loan that will finance the Property Developer capital. The second finance discussed was: the completed house financing that finances a completed house. The KCB banker, Mr. Siro, said the bank was ready to finance both. ...
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