23 November 2012

Kenya: Tanzania Border Guests to Be Taken Back Home

THREE Tanzanians who pleaded guilty to being in the country illegally have been ordered back to their country. Kamana Sabiyumua, Anzerani Mlogoto and Tatu Alfan were arrested by police at Owish sub-location in Migori without valid documents.

The three told senior resident David Kemei that they did not know they were in the country illegally and were only visiting a relative in the location which borders Tanzania.

They asked for leniency because they did not resist arrest when confronted by the police. In his ruling, Kemei ordered the three to be deported back to their country immediately.

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