'Act Natural' - How Migrants Are Entering Kenya Illegally

Apparently, it doesn't take much for immigrants to cross into Kenya without legal documentation. For about U.S.$500, you can travel all the way from Ethiopia to Nairobi and even to the Tanzanian border without being stopped by police officers stationed at more than 15 roadblocks along the way, writes Nicholas Komu for The Nation.

Ethiopians arrested in Kahawa West for being in the country illegally (file photo).

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