Immigration officials have arrested five Chinese nationals in Lavington, in Nairobi.
In a tweet on Friday, the immigration department said they have recovered items from the suspects believed to be a threat to National Security.
The four men and a lady were paraded by the Immigration officials in their offices.
5 Chinese nationals arrested in Lavington with a number of items recovered that are believed to be a threat to our National Security. More info coming up shortly. #AskImmigrationKE cc. @InteriorKE @FredMatiangi @GKihalangwa pic.twitter.com/92DKM4uVIE
— Immigration Kenya. (@ImmigrationDept) October 5, 2018
On September 19, Immigration officers arrested 15 Chinese in a brothel in South C estate on grounds they have been engaging in prostitution.
The arrests elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with some questioning how the lot got in the country in the first place.
Five Chinese nationals arrested in Lavington, police recovered items from the suspects believed to be a threat to National Security. Some of items below.
But as we know it, they are working for Government of China. Spying whether Uhuru Kenyatta plans to default on their loans pic.twitter.com/ruVAU7GIk3
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 5, 2018
5 Chinese arrested in Lavington with items believed to be a National Security threat. I Categorically stated & will still say that the Chinese government exports criminals to Africa in form of Manual labour. They eventually unleash Racism and terror to Africans. The debt’s enough pic.twitter.com/CeCnpnfBWy
— BRAVIN™ (@ItsBravin) October 5, 2018
5 Chinese nationals arrested in Lavington with a number of items recovered that are believed to be a threat to National Security.
Few years back some Chinese involved in cybercrime were arrested and released under unclear circumstances. Imprisonments not deportation. pic.twitter.com/N5QiFJC1Ur
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) October 5, 2018
5 Chinese nationals arrested in Lavington. They were found with items that are believed to be a threat to National Security. Sadly, Matiang’i is going to deport them instead of just them. pic.twitter.com/fHZSQko8vD
— We The People (@WeThePeopleKE1) October 5, 2018