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Kenyan ladies stranded in Saudi Arabia plead for help to come back home

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Kenyan ladies stranded in Saudi Arabia plead for help to come back home

The quest for better living conditions from Kenyans who seek greener pastures in the middle East as maidservants has been a nightmare for some women who have been subjected to deplorable working conditions by their bosses.


From being underpaid to being beaten and denied food by their employers, Kenyan women have encountered difficulties in Saudi Arabia with the latest case involving fifteen ladies who are now seeking help to be returned to their motherland.



In their narration as seen in a video footage, they are paid 350 Saudi Arabia Riyals while some are seriously ailing and their phones have been confiscated by their bosses who only hand them their gadgets on Saturday to use for thirty minutes.

As reported by former Al Jazeera correspondent Nelson Mike Muriuki who is always privy to happenings in the gulf, the 15 women listed their names on a piece of paper and their respective relatives are now urged to reach out to assist in rescuing them.


Their agency has been identified as Abdul Human resources and has been urged to respond to the plea by the Kenyan women who need urgent assistance.

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