Rwanda President, Kagame deports 18 Chinese for violating citizen
Rwanda has deported 18 Chinese who have violated the laws of the country by abusing the rights of citizens of Rwanda.
The deportees were sent home to China on Wednesday and have since been declared prohibited from returning to the country.
This came after the General, Mr. PAUL KAGAME, the president of Rwanda found out that these Chinese were mistreating Rwandan workers and grubbing lands of farming from them.
When commenting on the issue, President Kagame noted that these Chinese have violated fundamental Rwandan laws which include taking advantage of citizens of Rwanda by making their workers work abnormal hours like slaves.
The President lamented “Africa is a peaceful continent, we don’t tolerate discrimination here or are we welcoming to be slaves again. This country is for Africans and those who mean well for us are always welcome. I’m deporting those 18 Chinese back to their country and never return back! Rwandese must enjoy their rights in their country!”
Mr. Kagame pointed out that no one will be allowed to feed on Africa’s resources stand to disrespect to the people of Africa.
“Let this be a lesson to all other peoples who want to live and work with us! Respect us and we’ll welcome you with our good hearts!”