CHINESE MAN REFFERING TO KENYAN PEOPLE AS MONKEYS TO BE DEPORTED

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A Chinese man is to set be deported from Kenya after making a racist comment against all black Kenyans, it was taped and has since gone viral. An employee that was to be fired by him apparently recorded it. In the video, he spoke in reference to all Kenyans including the head of State as ‘Monkeys’.

A Chinese man is to set be deported from Kenya after making a racist comment against all black Kenyans, it was taped and has since gone viral. An employee that was to be fired by him apparently recorded it. In the video, he spoke in reference to all Kenyans including the head of State as ‘Monkeys’.

Liu Jiaqi was placed under arrest. His rant was apparently recorded by an employee of his whom was about to be fired – the reason for which remains unknown, the BBC reported on Thursday.

The employee warns the Chinese national that what he’s saying is wrong but the angry man replies that he doesn’t care before continuing his tirade making further derogatory remarks about Africans.

The employee then challenges him further, asking him why he came to the East African country to do business and is told it’s all about the money.

China and Kenya have maintained ties for a number of years, which has lead to China investing in Kenya and a lot of development arising as a result of this.

-Photo credit – The citizen

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