The outspoken Gatundu South Memember of Parliament Moses Kuria has advocated that the Chinese nationals in Kenya go back to their country with immediate effect after learning that Kenyans and other African nationals have been evicted from their houses in China and are being accused of having Covid-19 novel.
“It is only fair that all Chinese nationals leave the country with immediate effect. How do you blame Africans for a virus you manufactured in a Wuhan laboratory? Go back home,” Moses Kuria advocated.
Taking to different social media platforms, quite a number of leaders condemned the incident with others advocating that Chinese living in the country should be deported.
The Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua also joined Kuria in condemning the barbaric act by Chinese to Africans calling upon Kenyans to take drastic action as well.
“I’ll not hesitate to ask Kenyans to follow the Bible, it says an eye for an eye,” Njagua wrote on his Facebook page.
Laikipia Woman Rep Cate Waruguru also opined that Kenyans deserved to be respected adding that it’s too heartbreaking that Kenya’s business partners (China) can’t protect Kenyans on their country as Kenyans protected Chinese nationals in Kenya.
“We offer the utmost respect yet what they pay us back with is disrespect and dehumanizing our people. We deserve better,” Waruguru stated.
The report of Kenyans suffering in China has since left so many angry with many expressing their disappointment with the hashtag ‘China must explain’ trending on Twitter for the better part of the day.
“I think China has all the answers as to why the whole world is suffering. Leaders fear to tell them the truth due to loans they owe them. Starting with the USA, Kenya and other countries we must rise against all inhuman practices against our lives. We shall overcome, ” one user identified as Liyosi weighed in