Rwanda President, Paul Kagame Orders Deportation  Of 18 Chinese Nationals

The President of Rwanda Paul Kagame has ordered the immediate deportation of 18 Chinese nationals, “the 18 investors were found guilty of mistreating Rwandan workers and grubbing land on which they operated their business”. President Kagame said.

Chinese investors exploited Rwandan people and also took advantage of them by making them work abnormal hours like slaves. “Africa is for Africans. We can’t be slaves in Africa. We don’t tolerate the nonsense of discrimination here” Kagame added

“Rwanda is for Africans and those who mean well for us. I am directing the 18 Chinese investors to leave Rwanda immediately and must never return. Rwandan people must enjoy their rights in their country. Let this be a lesson to the remaining Chinese investors” When will this happen in Liberia where foreigners abuse and disrespect Liberians who work for them?

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.

3 Comments on Rwanda President, Paul Kagame Orders Deportation  Of 18 Chinese Nationals

    • Clearly the treatment they received by the Japanese in the past, hasn’t enlightened them one bit, but has done the exact opposite, black people are openly mocked and mistreated, on their Chinese social media sites for their amusement, creating institutionalised racism among the population, they call us animals, however the chinese, eat anything that moves, have the most unhygienic food markets in the WORLD, responsible for pretty much EVERY global viral outbreak recorded in the last 30-50 years. Paranoia, insecurity and jealously all come to mind. what a sad life to lead.

  1. Slavery still exists in Africa Mr.Kagame.There are many Africans who enslave Africans.
    There is currently a case begore the courts in Northern Ireland against tso Nigerians who enslaved a Nigerian woman for 4 years.I do agree with you expelling exploiting ‘investors’ from China.I have personal experience of it in South Africa.Reports of similar are common in many parts of Africa.By the way my people arrived in South Africa from England in 1820…202 years ago..does that make me African enough for you?

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