Don't stand by as foreigners abuse you - Atwoli tells Kenyans what to do

Don't fear to fight anyone who is causing trouble at your job- Atwoli tells Kenyans

Cotu boss Francis Atwoli

Cotu boss Francis Atwoli has advised Kenyans to report assault and abuse cases by foreigners without fail.

Speaking on Friday, Atwoli noted that Kenyan workers remain quiet and work under abusive conditions in order to save their jobs.

"If in your firm the owner is misbehaving, report to the authorities. They will learn the lesson that you can't just play with people," the Cotu boss said.

Addressing the incident where a Chinese chef was caught on camera canning a Kenyan worker for allegedly reporting to work late.

Deported to China

"You can't abuse a worker in China... those doing this things outside China are criminals. Probably they don't even have working permits," Atwoli opined.

"I'm appealing to our IG of Police Hillary Mutyambai to round up all illegal foreign workers in Kenya and have them deported back to their country," he added.

The Cotu boss commended the government for deporting the Chinese nationals who were arrested over the canning incident.

On Thursday Interior CS Fred Matiang'i signed deportation orders hours after a Nairobi court allowed police to detain the four Chinese nationals for 15 days pending the conclusion of investigations into the incident.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

7.5 million Kenyans vaccinated as 32 test positive for Covid-19

7.5 million Kenyans vaccinated as 32 test positive for Covid-19

The life of a President's Aide de Camp explained [Video]

The life of a President's Aide de Camp explained [Video]

Ex-Mwingi Central MP Joe Mutambu involved in grisly road accident

Ex-Mwingi Central MP Joe Mutambu involved in grisly road accident

Fire incident reported at Maranda High School

Fire incident reported at Maranda High School

River Enziu disaster: Uhuru condoles with victims' families, warns motorists against crossing swollen rivers

River Enziu disaster: Uhuru condoles with victims' families, warns motorists against crossing swollen rivers

Sonko announces Sh250,000 reward for stolen furniture

Sonko announces Sh250,000 reward for stolen furniture

Update: Death toll rises to 24 in Kitui river bus tragedy

Update: Death toll rises to 24 in Kitui river bus tragedy

Germany's Chancellor Merkel bows out in style [PHOTOS]

Germany's Chancellor Merkel bows out in style [PHOTOS]

Expect internet services from Kenya Power

Expect internet services from Kenya Power