Police reveal details of Chinese man operating brothels in Nairobi
By Vincent Kejitan
| September 20th 2018
Immigration officials on Wednesday raided two houses in Nairobi’s South C Estate in a clean-up swoop targeting wanted fugitives and in the process, 12 Chinese nationals were arrested.
According to police records, one of the suspects was watch-listed in 2017 on suspicion of being involved in prostitution and gambling.
He was later deported and banned from ever entering Kenya but allegedly used a different passport to come back.
The 12 are set to be deported for breaching the fundamental standards of integrity as well as violating immigration laws.
Elsewhere, 10 Ugandans who were being trafficked to the Middle East were arrested in Uhuru Estate as the Ministry of interior seeks to streamline immigration systems.
All foreigners have been advised to follow due processes in acquiring the relevant documents before setting up any business in the country.
This comes just a few weeks after another Chinese national was deported for abusing Kenyans.
In the video believed to have been recorded at a motorcycle dealership, the man refers to Kenyans as poor and foolish, further stating that they look like monkeys.
He also aims the slur at President Uhuru Kenyatta and admits that he is in Kenya only for the money.
The video caused an uproar online as enraged Kenyans asked for the immediate deportation of the man.
Embakasi East MP Babu Owino was among leaders who reacted to the post, asking Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and DPP Noordin Haji to move in swiftly.
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