The Nairobi senator Athur Johnson Sakaja has taken to his social media platforms to note that he led a delegation to Saudi Arabia to discuss matters concerned Kenyans willing to work in Saudi Arabia and those who are already working there. He has spelt it clearly that the main issues which took them to Saudi Arabia is employment matters.
"Led a delegation in meeting with Mega recruitment agencies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We currently have more than 88,000 Kenyans working in Saudi Arabia in various sectors and see it is a key labour destination market moving forward." Posted Johnson Sakaja.
Arabic countries has been one of the largest labour markets particularly from Kenya and other countries in the East Africa community nations. What makes this place to be of higher focus compared to other labour markets for Kenya, is the issue of allegations which have arised from a section of those working or who have worked in those places.
In the past there has been an out cry that most citizens may have been mistrated while working in Saudi Arabia in one way or another. This might be some of the allegations which might have prompted these legislators to find tlfor themselves. This piece of information from from Hon. Sakaja may guarantee some security even for those who are willing to seek jobs outside the country.
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