Diana Chepkemoi,a woman who made headlines earlier this month after being rescued from Saudi Arabia has now returned back to school.
Now, Ms Chepkemoi has re-enrolled at Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST).
She dropped out of school in 2018 due to a lack of school fees and she decided to seek a job in order to raise the money for her education.
“I am grateful that I am now back at school and have also secured a job here. I want to thank everyone who joined hands to assist me,” Diana said.
Strong responses were posted online in response to Ms. Diana Chepkemoi's disturbing photos of her malnourished body and allegations that she is being mistreated by her Saudi Arabian employer.
This prompted Kenyan government officials to act quickly to save her. During an interview with some realiable source, Diana talked about her life in Saudi Arabia.
Ms. Chepkemoi described in the exclusive interview her desperation at ever having child.
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