Uhuru open door policy and release of sentensed Kenyans from SSD

He further announced that all East African Community nationals are free to work in Kenya without work permits with all that is needed being their national IDs and for them to observe the stipulated laws.

“As a mark of our continued commitment to you, our Brothers and Sisters in the East African Community; from today, you will be treated like Kenyans. Like your Kenyan brothers and sisters, you will need only your identity card. You can now work, do business; own property, farm and if you wish, and find a willing partner, you can marry and settle in Kenya,” he stated.

https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2017/11/kenya-grant-africans-visas-points-entry-uhuru/

South Sudan authorities have agreed to release them after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s intervened, negotiating their release with his counterpart Salva Kiir.

Their families have long lobbied the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to step in and secure their release following their arrest on suspicion of conspiring to steal Sh1.5 billion from the presidency.

https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2017/12/president-kenyatta-secures-release-4-kenyans-held-south-sudan/

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Cool move from grandpa Mayardit. He knows +254 is the big bro and we both
need each other to make the future of our nations brighter.

yaani you are celebrating freed thieves in your peasantness… i would rather they hang

Wanafunga works, ngoja tu hapo @123tokambio

Huu ni Uchinker!

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Yes.

They belong to us. They are KENYANS. We better jail them here where
they can afford to send us texts once in a while ati “ile pesa usitume kwa
ile namba ingine, tuma kwa hii”.
We can at-least have the opportunity to honor their innovation.

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Humbwer!

If you follow up on their story you will find out that they were set up.

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Spare your balls the agony.

Fuatilia hiyo hadithi yote uone those guys were victims
of a business deal gone bad.

Peasants tu kama wewe.

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it was just an allegation, and they were setup, their families were crying for justice for so long, I think Prayers work…

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Wasn’t it just the other day Kenyans were lamenting after the Thika KCB tunnel diggers were caught?
Many wished they got away to enjoy the fruits of their 6 months hard toil.

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maybe they are criminals who thought they had found an easier place for their business. Inafaa kukaaa huko kama vile nigeria ilikuwa inataka kumkataa chinedu.