Kenyans behave and reason like monkeys – Miguna declares after insults from Chinese businessman
Now, go on and yell!
In a tweet, Miguna seemed to agree with the sentiments of Liu Jiaqi, who outrightly called Kenyans monkeys.
The deported lawyer opined that Kenyans behave like monkeys and the public uproar when Jiaqi’s video went viral on social media came as a shock to him.
“Kenyans are amazing. You get so upset that a Chinese man has called you monkeys yet you behave and reason like monkeys - METAPHORICALLY speaking.
"Anyone who gets upset at me instead of and his mass murderers, looters and poison sellers IS A MONKEY. Now, go on and yell!” Miguna tweeted.
The Chinese Embassy on Thursday distanced itself from offensive remarks made by Jiaqi stating that they do not represent that of China's vast majority.
"The personal talk and personal feeling of this young man does not represent the views of the vast majority of Chinese people," Embassy Spokesman Zhang Gang said.
Zhang added: "The Chinese Embassy always requires the Chinese companies and individuals to abide by the local law, stay and work legally in Kenya, making a positive contribution to the friendship and cooperation between China and Kenya."
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