A Kenyan lady identified as Rosemary Biyaki Matini went to Saudi Arabia in search of greener pastures to upgrade her family. However, things turned sour after they learned that their daughter had gone mad. This was after her employer in Saudi noticed her crazy actions while working and even talking.
The family was informed that Rosemary was taken back to the deportation center by her employer, a few days after she failed to show an improvement. They had hopes of setting their eyes on their kin again.
It has been a year and two months since Rosemary went crazy and the family has not heard of any communication from the offices. They have tried to contact every office and everyone has gone cold. No one replies nor tries to explain to them where their daughter is.
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Rosemary's family is seeking help from the Saudi offices together with the Kenyan government to help them trace their daughter. As Kenyans, let's pray for the family to trace her and find her in good health.
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