Kenya Set to Deport Chinese Businessman Who Calls President Kenyatta a ‘monkey’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KENYAN authorities are processing the repatriation of a Chinese businessman after a video of him making a string of racist remarks was widely shared on social media.

 

“His work permit has been cancelled and (he) will be deported on racism grounds,” the immigration service said on its Twitter feed.

Liu Jiaqi appeared to be in the midst of a dispute with one of his employees when he was recorded issuing a litany of racist slurs.

“Every one, every Kenyan… like a monkey, even Uhuru Kenyatta. All of them,” he said.

After the employee suggests Liu should “go back to China” if he feels that way, the businessman responds with further abuse.

“I don’t belong to here. I don’t like here, like monkey people, I don’t like talk with them, it smells bad, and poor, and foolish, and black. I don’t like them. Why not [like] the white people, like the American?”

He added that he only stays in Kenya because “money is important.”

Some Kenyans on social media have called for Liu to be charged rather than simply deported.

 

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