The Officials from the Department of Immigration while accompanied by police have today morning stormed the Waiyaki Real Gardens to verify the documents of foreigners (Asians) who arrived into the country few weeks ago in huge numbers leading to Kenyan's getting concerned on their whereabouts.
This has just come a day after the Government through the Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna dismissed the claims that the Asians have had been stranded in Nairobi. He instead said that the foreigners are tourists visiting different parts of our country, Kenya.
The Asians had been booked rooms in Nairobi and Machakos and from a video that went viral, they were seen moving together in large numbers.
Yesterday, the government suspended an agreement that allowed Visa-free entry for passengers travelling into the country from Pakistan.
From the video that we have, the foerignerrs and officer's from the immigration department are seen inspecting them. Kenyan's have however reacted as follows;
@Leo Pauline; The same Government that granted them entry is the same Government that is verifying their documents.
@Victor Abdalla: Laxity at the immigration.
@Kiarie Sue: I saw alot near Rongai Banda School.
@Simon Kakoyo; Police should conduct their operations in disgnified manner ... These are not criminals, they were cleared at the airport.
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