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Kenyatta University Launches the Chandaria Business Innovation and Incubation Center

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Manu Chandaria, Senior Advisor of GPF Kenya has partnered with Kenyatta University in opening a business incubation center. Manu Chandaria, Senior Advisor of GPF Kenya has partnered with Kenyatta University in opening a business incubation center.  Mr. Chandaria believes in the potential of the Kenyan youth and hopes to harness their abilities in creating a more hopeful and secure future for Kenya. 

He says in an interview with Capital Talk that Kenyans must put their country first in order for there to be peace and stability.  He said, “first must be Kenya, second must be Kenya, third must be Kenya and then fourth, fifth and six can be everything else.” 

The idea of putting the larger community before one’s personal gains is what Manu Chandaria hopes to instill into the youth entrepreneurs that come through the program.  Not only does he hope for job creation, security and economic opportunity for the future of the nation but also to create a culture of ownership and service.

 Through the incubation center, he hopes to pass on the lesson that, “to be a successful human being, it is not enough to be a professional success; you have to share and care.  To share and care for your family is natural, but you have to share and care beyond your family.

CFM Business reports on the strides bring make through the partnership between Kenyatta University and the Chandaria Foundation in creating opportunities of growth and development.