Friday, May 27, 2022

Kenyan Government Unveil Plans To Remove Beggars From Nairobi

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After issuing several warnings, the Kenyan government has kick-started its plans to remove destitute and beggars from the country’s capital, Nairobi, in a bid propel the city into an urban town status.
The enforced relocation move started on Thursday morning and according to a Kenyan daily, more more than 200 homeless people have been taken out of the city.

The Kenyan daily further revealed that many of individuals involved have been sent by the state government to a rehabilitation centre in the city. The state government also revealed that those from another country will be deported.
An education and social services county executive, Janet Ouko told the press that: “There is an influx of beggars particularly the disabled ones in the city but we will no longer allow them to operate in the central business district.”

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