KICHAPO KUTOKA UCHINA— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) February 8, 2020
Kanda ya video yamwonyesha Mchina akimuadhibu mfanyikazi
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NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenya police say four Chinese migrant workers have been arrested following a widely circulated video appearing to show one of them caning a Kenyan worker for arriving late at a restaurant they all work in.
The video has led to outrage by many Kenyans on social media who likened it to the treatment of Kenyans by British colonists or slavery.
Police said three of those arrested Sunday have no valid work permits while one had an expired visitors visa. Authorities said Deng Hailan, the suspect who appeared to be caning the Kenyan, works as a chef at the Chez Wou restaurant in Nairobi but does not have a valid work permit.