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‘Jaguar’s ‘ xenophobic outburst : Tanzanian MPs protest xenophobic remarks

The government was today transferring to avert a diplomatic row with bordering Tanzania after Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Kanyi Njagua was apprehended over supposed xenophobic statements made on Monday threatening to eject foreigners that have invaded neighborhood markets and ejected aboriginal tiny scale traders.
Jaguar was arrested as the ministry of foreign events guaranteed all foreign nationals living as well as working in the nation of their individual safety and security which of their financial investments while asking for a reciprocal treatment of Kenyan people abroad.
The development came hours after the Tanzanian parliament increased uproar over the MP’s articulations and demanded a main declaration on the issue.