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Four Chinese nationals have been arrested in Kenya after one of them was caught on video brutalizing a local waiter.

The Chinese seen in a viral video whipping the local worker is a chef at a local restaurant.

Kenyans expressed anger after the incident was recorded and broadcast on local TV channels.

The local worker reportedly came to work late resulting in the Chinese man brutalizing him as a punishment.

According to local news outlets in Kenya the video which was reportedly recorded at the Chez Wou Restaurant in Kileleshwa, Nairobi last week.

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The police in Kenyan said in a tweet on Sunday that they had raided Chez Wou Restaurant in the suburb of Kileleshwa in the capital, Nairobi, where the four Chinese nationals were working.

The police said only one of them had a work permit. They appeared in court on Monday and have been remanded in custody for further investigations.

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“Eight Kenyans who work at the hotel were also escorted to Kilimani Police Station for further interrogation,” the police said.

The Chinese embassy in Kenya has also commented on the incident saying it was aware of the video and that it “supports” investigations by Kenyan authorities.

 

Source: Africafeeds.com 

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