The Controversy surrounding Mr. Cheng Lei, the owner of China Square mall deepened today after Kikuyu Member of Parliament Hon Kimani Ichungwa revealed that the Immigration department a few days ago told the government that the Chinese Foreiner is operating his business illegally because his passport indicated that he came to the Country as a tourist and not as a businessman.
Speaking to Inooro Tv a few moments ago, the Vocal Mt Kenya MP reported that President William Ruto won't allow visitors to Operate in Kenya Illegally adding that the latter has the advantage of the fact that he can't take goods on Credit. Also, Ichungwa confirmed that all business owners must be protected against invasion of foreigners."During Our Kenya Kwanza Campaignz we vowed to protect all Kenyan Businesses. If today I happen to travel to wuhan in China I'm double sure I won't be allowed to Operate any business... This foreigner came here as a tourist. The immigration department released his reports to the state," Ichungwa Said.
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