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Video of University of Nairobi Lecturer Highlights Growing Kenyan Anxiety About Chinese Presence in the Country

A video of University of Nairobi lecturer Dr. Richard Bosire sounding exasperated over being locked out of classrooms in UoN Towers. He thought this was because the Chinese government-run Confucius Institute had purchased two floors of the building. 

“Where do they want us to go? Do they want us to learn under trees? Is it Chinese colonialism? They have gone too far,” said Dr. Bosire in the video that quickly went viral.

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