'Upsurge' in East African drug traffickers
Hundreds of East Africans are serving prison sentences in Hong Kong jails after being convicted of drug trafficking.
There has been a significant spike in the past three years alone, with the number of traffickers arrested at Hong Kong's International Airport, increasing by 150%.
Nearly half of those detained have come from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Emmanuel Igunza reports.
26 Apr 2016
- From the section World