Kenyans living and working in Saudi Arabia have been complaining of mistreatment and persecution by the Saudi Arabia government. Kenyans students are the most targeted group by this human traffickers. Nairobi senator Hon. Johnson Sakaja made bold interventions to end this persecution. The senator led a delegation of Kenya leaders to meet Saudi Arabia government officials today.
The Kenya delegation held talks with Saudi Arabia's ministry of human resource led by the minister Jaber Almahmoud. Both delegations discussed matters affecting thousands of Kenyans leaving and working in Saudi Arabia. This discussion is aimed at eradicating this human persecution of Kenya citizens in that country. Hon. Johnson Sakaja called for the government to deal with those involved in this inhumane acts.
The senator later led other leaders in meeting sections of Kenyans working in Saudi Arabia. They listened to some of the challenges affecting them. The senator assured them of their efforts to end this illegal and inhumane acts. The senator said that he looks forward to meeting more Kenyans later.
The Nairobi senator is leading a group of legislators and professionals for a three day official trip in Saudi Arabia. This trip is aimed at creating good working relationship between both countries.
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