President Donald Trump’s executive order continues to hits at citizens from seven countries barred from entering the U.S.
More than 200 Somali refugees heading to U.S for resettlement are stuck as they cannot travel as the result of the order that temporarily suspend all immigration of citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Suleiman Yusuf, a teacher, on Monday confirmed that more than 200 refugee who had a refugee camp in eastern Kenya were told by the International Organization for Migration that their Monday flights have been cancelled following the Trump’s orders.
Referencing United Nations Refugee Agency media officer, Yvonne Ndege, about 13,000 Somali refugees had already been approved by United States Citizen and Immigration Services and were scheduled to travel and be resettled in the United States but their plans have been cancelled and affected by the new order.
Other countries affected by Trump’s executive order include, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Syria and Yemen.