Grief has engulfed the home of Florence wangui as she holds on to the portrait of her daughter serving as the only reminder they have of their kin 34-year-old Grace wangui who left Moi's bridge in Uasin Gishu county in 2015 to seek employment as a domestic worker in cairo Egypt.
However, her life was cut short in early September in what the family describes as a gross violation of human rights.
Efforts to repatriate Grace's body have bore no fruit as they have no contact with the employer who took their Kin in as a domestic worker.
Grace had reportedly switched from her previous employer of close to seven years to a new place where she had worked for only two weeks before her death even as the family continues with the call for justice and the repatriation of their kin's body.
The focus is now on the ministry of labour to implement the recommendations of a report published by the commission of administrative justice to secure immigration of Kenyans to ensure the safety and well-being of Kenyans working in foreign countries.
The family from Moi's bridge, in Uasin Gishu county, is now appealing to the relevant authorities to assist them to repatriate the body of their kin who died under unclear circumstances in cairo, Egypt.
34-year-old Grace wangui was allegedly murdered by her employer’s son in early September and her body was thrown off a story building.
The incident comes hot on the heels of calls by the commission of administrative justice on the labour ministry to streamline the recruitment process for those Kenyans seeking jobs in foreign countries.
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