The new deal will see people seeking sanctuary in the UK flown 4,000 miles away to have their asylum claims processed by the east African country.
Speaking about the proposed, the worker said: "We should offer sanctuary and provide safe haven for those who need it but it feels like we are taking part in human trafficking - transporting people against their will and paying another country to take them.
"I think this policy is disgraceful to be honest. Since the Windrush scandal we are meant to be making ethical policy-making decisions and to create a less hostile environment.”
They added: "It is not only just going to create more hurt for those individuals but internally for the department - despite raising concerns about it, we are being told it's our duty as civil servants to implement the policy irrespective of our concerns around it."
There's been plenty of opposition to the plans. Priti Patel previously had a speech at a Conservative event interrupted by protesters who branded her policy "inhumane" and "racist."
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