The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has warned Chinese who are taking up local jobs that they will be deported back to their country. According to Gachagua, local workers ought to be protected from foreign workforce because they do not have another country to go into.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has urged most of the Chinese workers to respect Kenyans and stop selling clothes and opening businesses in Kenya. Gachagua's statement is likely to cause diplomatic problems between Kenya and China.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has made it clear that he was once shocked seeing Chinese roasting maize on our roads. He had urged China to focus on what they are assigned and avoid taking jobs meant for Kenyans.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua wants Chinese to focus on roads construction and employ Kenyan workers. He is clear that the Kenyan workers will not enter into competition for jobs with Chinese workers because such is largely unacceptable.
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