I'm a refugee in Netherland from Kenya. I want to travel back to Kenya for an emergency visit. I cannot use my Kenyan passport and I fear using my refugee passport issued by Netherland government because I hear that you cannot use it to visit your country of origin. The reason why I don't fear going back to Kenya is because it safe for me if I only stay there for few days...my reason for seeking asylum in the Netherland is a little bit unique. My question is, are Netherland refugee passport holders allowed to use it to travel to their countries of origin?
No, you can use it to travel to countries outside the Netherlands, but not to travel to your country of origin. https://www.arnhem.nl/Inwoners/english/Identification/Refugee_passport
If you have a compelling reason for wanting to do this, you should consult an Immigration lawyer with experience in refugee law in the Netherlands before you attempt to travel.
You should ask who issued the refugee passport.
In general you cannot return in your origin country (as the answer of @traveller, and link). There are very few exceptional cases, which are discussed before you take the travel, to issuing authority. Do no count about it.