Asian nationals are not hard to spot these days within the Kenyan territory. They are known to be Chinese nationals supervising the construction of roads and structures through the Chinese government.
However, Asians have started landing in Kenya at alarming rates and without a specific reason for flying to Kenya. Furthermore, according to a report conducted by nation, the large groups of people of Asian origin landing in Kenya seem not to know their destination or where they came from. Therefore, they seem to have been brought to the country without their knowledge or approval.
Living In Secrecy
The Chinese nationals landing at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, JKIA are reportedly being ferried to Athi river and various estates in Nairobi where they maintain a low profile. The Saturday batch comprised of more than 70 Asians who waited at the airport for several hours before they were ferried by City Hoppa buses and tourist buses to a university. The group arrived on a Pakistani airline.
On Saturday alone, three batches landed at JKIA and the pattern has been going on for the a few weeks now.
The government has however remained mum on the issue.
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