caren Nyamu the Nairobi nominated Senator is in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Karenzo stunned in a long Kitenge Outfit, am not used to her on the same grasping her on the hips as it widened going lower to her legs. Karen looked stunning and attractive and displayed exquisite fashion style for a leader.
Karen was meeting the coordination Council for Recruitment Companies (CCRC) in Riyadh, The kingdom of Saudi Arabia to deliberate on the welfare of our Kenyan labor immigrants as part of a 5-day fact finding mission.
"Our delegation led by cabinet secretary for labour and social protection Madam Hon. Florence Bore includes PS Labour Geoffrey Kaituko, chairman national industrial training institute (NITA) Dr Kamau Gachigi, DG NITA Steve Ogenga, Acting DG National Employment Authority (NEA) Madam Edith OKoki and senate committee on labour and social welfare senator Recha Julius Murgor" she shared on her social platforms.
which is in line with the GOK to streamline the process for migrant workers and open up more secure jobs
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