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What Next To Chinese Workers In Kenya? Gachagua Warns Them Amidst Getting Kenyans Out Of Business

Chinese people who are working in the local economy have been warned by vice president Rigathi Gachagua that they risk being deported back to China. Gachagua argues that because they have no access to another country, local workers should be protected from foreign labor.

The majority of the Chinese workers have been encouraged by Kenya's deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua, to respect Kenyans by refraining from selling clothing and from setting up shop there. Gachagua's remarks are probably going to lead to diplomatic issues between Kenya and China.

Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, has stated unequivocally that he was once astounded to witness Chinese people cooking corn on our highways. He had encouraged China to concentrate on the tasks given to them and refrain from accepting positions intended for Kenyans.

Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, wants China to concentrate on building roads and hire Kenyan employees. He makes it quite obvious that Kenyan workers will not compete for jobs with Chinese workers because such behavior is generally disapproved of.

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