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Government calls Kenyans not to travel to Saudia

Diana Chepkemoi, the Kenyan woman who is currently stuck in Saudi Arabia. PHOTOS | COURTESY

The Kenyan government has called for all people not to travel to Saudi Arabia to work, but meanwhile they have refused to heed the advice.

Ambassador Macharia Kamau, the Foreign Affairs Public Secretary (PS), reacted to question asking;

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“But for how long will our sisters continue being enslaved in the Middle East?”

“Does it have to always be here for the government to intervene? How many lives have been lost in the past? Still, these rogue agencies that send these young girls out there exist. What is being done?”

Diana Chepkemoi, the Kenyan woman who is currently stuck in Saudi Arabia. PHOTOS | COURTESY
Diana Chepkemoi, the Kenyan woman who is currently stuck in Saudi Arabia. PHOTOS | COURTESY

In response to the question, Ambassador Macharia answered, “Please. We have told Kenyans repeatedly to stop sending this category of workers to Saudi. You’ve chosen not to listen.”

Despite his assurances to Kenyans that the lady who had become ill in Saudi Arabia will return home on Monday, Ambassador Kamau came under fire from Kenyans who were curious about the group he was referring to.

Diana Chepkemoi’s situation gained attention after images of her circulated on social media.

Her previously radiant body status nd self-assured attitude have been replaced by an emaciated version with haggard eyes, hollow cheeks, disheveled hair, and visible shoulder blades, a monument to her wretched situation.

According to a recorded audio clip from Chepkemoi’s boss temparamented that the 24-year old girl is a pathological liar, vehemently denying hurting her.

In an audio recording, Chepkemoi’s boss is audibly upset and categorically denies hurting the 24-year-old, calling her a pathological liar and other insulting names.

Nelly Ototo describes how the employers occasionally fail to supply for fundamental necessities, so she devises a surefire method of obtaining those need.

The same requests from Kenyans working as kadamas in the Gulf nations are also highlighted in the comments section.

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