Many Kenyans are killed in suspicious circumstances in this Arab country while many others are stranded in detention camps. Last year alone, the Kenyan embassy came to the rescue of more than 800 people languishing in Saudi jails. This has however not stopped Kenyans from flocking in droves to Saudi Arabia in search of greener pastures. But is this risky sojourn worth it?
A 38-year-old woman, who was allegedly strangled to death by her employer three years ago in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was buried in Thogoto, Kiambu, last Wednesday.
In Mombasa, a mother recently mourned the death of her daughter in the deserts of Saudi Arabia.
These are just some of the most recent harrowing tales of the plight of Kenyan workers in the Middle East country. A young woman who survived a similar ordeal has come out to narrate her narrow escape from the tentacles of a 'mad' Arab in the oasis town of Sakakah, barely a month ago.
Naomi (not her real name) also told the Star sad stories of...CONTINUE READING TO NEXT PAGE>>>
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