Chinese Man Arrested For Calling Kenyan President "Monkey" In Viral Video

Chinese Man Arrested For Calling Kenyan President

The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator's sentiments did not go down well with Kenyans who attacked him for what was seen as being defensive of the Chinese national.

It comes days after the end of Forum on China-Africa relations in the Chinese capital, Beijing.

"His work permit has been cancelled and (he) will be deported on racism grounds", the immigration service said on its Twitter feed.

The Chinese man replied: "For money".

He even proceeds to say the Kenyans he is referring to includes the President. His rant was apparently recorded by an employee of his whom was about to be fired - the reason for which remains unknown, the BBC reported on Thursday. Smells bad and poor... and black. "The Chinese embassy always requires the Chinese companies and individuals to abide by the local law, stay and work legally in Kenya, making positive contribution to the friendship and cooperation between China and Kenya", the Embassy spokesman said.

It was not clear from the video exactly what Liu's job was in Kenya.

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The comments by Jiaqi were seen as a mockery of President Uhuru's visit to China to enhance trading between the two nations.

However, some said the statements made by the Chinese national were insulting and there is the need for change in how Kenya partners with China.

Officers on Wednesday raided the CGTN's offices in Nairobi and detained some staff for what they alleged were immigration offences.

The Chinese embassy said it would express its concern through diplomatic channels after several incidents in which its nationals with legal documents were hauled into police stations, AFP reports.

"The Chinese embassy in Kenya has lodged representations with Kenyan officials and the relevant people have all been released on that day", Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a press briefing in Beijing.

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