Twenty-two Kenyans found guilty of illegally working in Somalia yesterday will be deported. The Kenyans, whose names were not released, worked for a software company called Liber Link.
They were fined $10 (Sh1,020) each for every day they worked illegally and their employer was fined $10,000 (Sh1.02 million). They appeared before justice Hashi Elmi of the Banadir law courts in Central Mogadishu. “The Banadir court found out after investigating that the Kenyans had no permits,” he said.
Deputy State Attorney Mohamed Hassan said the 22 violated the country’s labour laws. Read more