US president, Donald Trump’s vow to tighten US borders and deport illegal immigrants is already being enforced as 92 African immigrants were deported to Africa.
The immigrants were deported on Wednesday, January 25 on the same day the US president signed the executive actions on building the wall along the Mexican border.
90 Somalis and two Kenyans were deported and arrived aboard an American Charter Airline, Omni at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Kenya.
The Somalis then proceeded to Mogadishu aboard a Juba Airways flight.
Daily Nation reports that the deportees were accompanied by the US security officials.
An official of Jomo Kenyatta airport, Zipporah Waweru who confirmed that there had been a plane carrying Somalis in transit to Mogadishu
Waweru, however, said she was not sure if they were deportees.
“They have left and to me, they looked happy so I cannot for sure tell you that they were deported or not.”
President Trump had vowed to build the wall in order to prevent illegal immigrants from Mexico entering the US accusing them of bringing in crime.