n African Human Rights Law Journal - Asylum denied : A refugee's struggle for safety in America, D. Ngaruri Kenney & P. Schrag : recent publications
|Article Title||Asylum denied : A refugee's struggle for safety in America, D. Ngaruri Kenney & P. Schrag : recent publications|
|© Publisher:||Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)|
|Journal||African Human Rights Law Journal|
|Author||Kenechukwu C. Esom|
|Publication Date||Jan 2008|
|Pages||621 - 625|
Asylum denied : A refugee's struggle for safety in America tells the story of David Ngaruri Kenney, a Kenyan tea farmer who led a boycott by tea farmers during the administration of President Daniel arap Moi. He was forced to flee to the United States of America (USA) to seek asylum after experiencing torture and other inhuman treatment from Kenyan state operatives. The book narrates the hurdles Kenney had to overcome in his ten-year quest for asylum in the USA in the words of Kenney and Philip G Schrag, a lawyer who worked with him through his asylum process.
Article metrics loading...