Kenya sends home 91 more Somalis

Some of those arrested in Kasarani


The Kenyan Government has deported ninety one more illegal aliens to Somalia after they were are arrested in the ongoing crackdown on illegal immigrants.

This is the second batch of aliens sent back home and were part of the 225 to be deported.

Out these, 214 are Somalis while the others are 6 Ethiopians, 2 Ugandans and 1 each from Cameroon, Tanzania and South Sudan.

“We plan to deport more as soon as there is space in these planes” confirmed police boss David Kimaiyo after Thursday’s midday deportation.

Up to 412 are to be sent back to the designated refugee camps after they were found guilty of leaving the camps illegally. They include 406 Somalis, 2 Ethiopians, 1 Congolese, 1 Sudanese and 2 Ugandan.




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