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Canada’s PM Pleads President Kenyatta for One Million Immigrants from Kenya

Peter Musila 2 years ago
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The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, pleaded with Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, for him to be able to allow about one million Kenyans enter Canada. This is under the new Employment and Migration Programme which is set for immigrants.

The Prime Minister argued that Kenyan Immigrants have been playing a pivotal role in Canada’s growth of the economy.

“We can’t undermine or overlook the contribution of immigrants in Canada’s development especially our brothers and sisters from Kenya,” Trudeau said.

Previously, Kenyan immigrants living in Canada were granted residency after their application to remain in the state.

“We granted them and urging everyone to apply. It’s good we document everyone to know how many people we are to cater for”, he said.

According to a memo sent to the Kenya Embassy in Canada, Kenyans should first secure themselves a job in the country before hitting the road under the Employment and Migration Programme.

“The programme’s website will be launched next week, and all available jobs will be listed.

Currently, there are over 6 million vacancies, and we are hoping that Kenyatta allows at least one million people from Kenya”, spokesperson for the Canadian Labour Department, Shadrack Scott said.

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