Unemployment in Kenya has led to many kenyans especially women to leave the country in search of employment and to some of them they are mistreated, abuse and subjected to torture that even lead to loss of life. Arab countries especially Saudi Arabia is the place that kenyans look for employment as house helps and they are paid good money but some it doesn't end well.
Diana Chepkemoi is a student at Meru university who left university education to seek better life in Saudi Arabia but things turned worse while she was there. After being rescued and brought back to Kenya she narrated how life was difficult in Saudi Arabia and said that there are Kenyans who are really suffering there.
She came to the country looking emaciated but well wishers including leaders help her to go back to school and after four months she has transformed to a beautiful young girl full of bright future. Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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