Aid workers claim the Kenyan government is targeting them

Aid organisations in Kenya say they are being targeted by the government. Some aid workers are being denied work permits. In the past the Kenyan government has threatened to send thousands of foreign workers home for not having the right documents

    Aid organisations in Kenya say they are being targeted by the government.

    Some aid workers are being denied work permits.

    In the past the Kenyan government has threatened to send thousands of foreign workers home for not having the right documentation.

    Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from Nairobi.


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