Thursday, 20 September 2018

Chinese Man in Kenya Calls Black People ‘Monkeys,’ Gets A‌rre‌‌ste‌d and Deported

A Chinese man caught making racist comments about people in Kenya was a‌r‌re‌ste‌d and deported from the East African country on Thursday.


In a video filmed in June, Liu Jiaqi can be heard calling Kenyans — including President Uhuru Kenyatta — “monkeys.”
“All the Kenyans [are] like a monkey, even Uhuru Kenyatta,” Liu said.

He added that he disliked Kenya because it “smells bad and [its people are] poor, foolish and black.”
Chinese Man in Kenya Calls Black People ‘Monkeys,’ Gets A‌rre‌‌ste‌d and Deported
Liu made the offensive remarks while threatening to fire a Kenyan employee.
When the male employee asked why Liu targeted him, the Chinese national answered that it was because he is Kenyan.

Liu, who worked as a motorcycle trader at Sonlink Limited, added that he was only staying in the country to make money.

The video angered Kenyans who demanded that Liu be deported back to China.
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