Kenya To Deport A Swearing Chinese Racist
Updated: Aug 21, 2021
Africa | Kenya September 7, 2018
A Chinese racist, namely Liu Jiaqi, has been been declared prohibited immigrant for deportation, announced the government of Kenya on September 6, 2018.
In a video shared on Twitter and other social media platforms, the Chinese who is a motorcycle dealer, was seen and heard swearing using racist statements that equated Kenyan people including their president Uhuru Kenyatta, to monkeys.
More specifically, he was captured in the video saying among others and quoted by some media sources as thus.
"Every one, every Kenyan....like monkey, even Uhuru Kenyatta. All of them"
He is reported to have continued as follows.
"I don't belong to here. I don't like here, like monkey people, I don't like talk to them, it smell bad, and poor, and foolish, and black. I don't like them. Why not like the white, like the American?
Foolish Chinese racist!
Chinese racists are not new in Kenya though. Three years ago, a Chinese racist who banned Africans from his restaurant in Nairobi was told by Kenya's authorities to close his business.
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