Kenyan tourist faces racial profiling in Cambodia trip

Tour firm operator Renee Ezra, at Nation Center on October 11, 2019, opens up about the inhumane treatment she was subjected to in Thailand. PHOTO | KANYIRI WAHITO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Upon landing back at JKIA Friday morning, she was handed back her passport and an envelope with a note stating that she had been denied entry into Bangkok by the immigration.
  • She has filed a case with the DCI, recorded statements with the Immigration Department, and will be visiting the Foreign Affairs ministry on Monday.

When Renee Ezra woke up on the morning of October 7 to the nudging impulse to travel, she easily chose Cambodia as her destination, due to its renowned low-budget tourism destinations, history and pristine coral beaches.

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