The story of Diana Chepkemoi went viral online after she raised an alarm over how she was being treated in Saudi Arabia. The young lady cried for help and asked if there was a way anybody could help her get back into the country.
Diana Chepkemoi, a resident of Bomet County in the south rift has landed at the Jomo Kenyatta international Airport where several leaders including her family were waiting for her.
Miss Diana who hails from Konoin sub-county in Bomet was welcomed by Konoin member of parliament Hon Brighton Leonard Yegon. Upon arrival the member of parliament said he will seek for a total ban on exportation of human labor ti Saudi Arabia once parliament convenes.
The mp also said the ministry of labor has what he termed as untouchables and are the people responsible for problems in the Bilateral labor agreements.
"There has been a Cartel of untouchables which has created at total problem of Licensing of agents in labor ministry . Also a total problem in the Billateral labor agreement singed 7yrs ago which has proved more exploitative on Kenyans in Saudi. Many Kenyans has been killed, denied food , medical attention, sexually abused and alot of human rights injustices raged." Said the two term MP as she leads other people in receiving back Diana.
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