Chinese Investors Beating Minister Kabogo In Uganda
Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo slammed two Chinese investors who were captured on camera fighting a minister in Uganda.
Governor Kabogo noted that if the behaviour by investors from China is not tamed, Africa will end up being a colony of the Asian country.
“If this goes on unchecked Africa will become a colony of China. Let them try here in Kenya, I’ll be at the forefront,” tweeted Kabogo. Kabogo posted two videos of a South African man narrating how Chinese are taking over the African continent and other black nations like Jamaica.
If this goes on unchecked Africa will become a colony of China. Let them try here in Kenya, I’ll be at the forefront.
— Hon. William Kabogo (@honkabogo) September 10, 2018
Stop fighting the Minister
The flamboyant politician who expressed his disappointment in the Chinese investors’ actions argued that the two should be banned from Uganda and Africa as a whole.
In the video, a Ugandan policeman can be heard telling the two Chinese men to stop fighting the minister.
This comes after the Immigration department in Kenya on Thursday deported a Chinese national after a video of him insulting Kenyans and President Uhuru Kenyatta emerged online.
Liu Jiaqi was deported on grounds of racism after his work permit was cancelled.
Chinese investors bribed local police in the Gambia
In Gunjur, The Gambia, Chinese investors are bribing the local police with large bags of flower, sugar and rice. Local people are threatened by the factory owners for speaking out about the massive environmental damage the factory is causing to their environment. The Gambian government has been informed about this incident but turns a deaf ear. In fact, after two years of non-stop pollution and destruction, the Barrow Government is still allowing the factory to operate.