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Family in Agony as Sick Daughter Suffers In Saudi Arabia

Similar to millions of Kenyan young people craving better lives for themselves and their relatives, a lady identified as Marceline Atieno rushed on the opportunity for job outside the country.

Rarely did she knew however, it was a decision that could put her as well as her family on a collision path with a Saudi Arabian recluitment company commonly known to many as Alfasa Recruitment Agency.

Few day after landing to the foreign country, her 40 days proverbial light at the end of the tunnel turned off immediately when she learnt that she had been tricked in a trap.

According to her distressed mummy Edwina Aluoch, her daughter's employment details changed on arrival, something that dumped her into a deep pit that she always tried to get out from.

"Alipatwa na stress sana mpaka akagonjeka, and our request that she be sent back home by the agency fallen on deaf years and told us to compensate them with 280,000sh air ticket they paid for her," Aluoch told NTV.

Conferming the incident, labour cabinet secretary Chelugui urged job seekers to take personal responsibility and ensure they have seen the contract of employment before leaving Kenya.

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