It has now emerged that several Kenyan women that fly out of Kenya ins search of greener pastures (through agents) are being married to their employers in the outside country.
Sources have informed that most of women experience domestic violence. Have either refused to subject themselves to their bosses which is why most of them end up being beaten up to near-death or others are tortured to death by their employers.
Most of them have on several occasions recorded themselves using their smartphones. They have appealed to the Kenyan government to come to their rescue.
However there prayer has now been answered after Francis Atwoli made a demand directly to the government. Atwoli has asked that the Kenyan Government ensures that ent Kenyan lady that gets married in the outside country does not get subjected to brutality by their husbands.
This move will reduce the enormous reports of killings and misstatements being witnessed each day in the Arabian Counties.
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