Unhappy kenyans have ganged up against the Government after 12 dead bodies of innocent kenyans who had gone to look for jobs in the Middle East arrive in the country. This has raised emotions from Kenyans who are demanding immediate resignation of kenyan ambassador and other Government official in Saudi Arabia. This has happened at a time when a number of parents have reported that their daughters who had gone to Saudi Arabia are no longer in communication with families back in the country.
Over the past few years, job seekers have Lost their lives in unclear circumstances. However, efforts from families seeking the whereabouts of their children and mostly daughters have born no fruits. Some of these families camp for days in government offices seeking for help that never comes. Although many kenyans go there through employment agencies, efforts to get answers from them ends in frustrations. This is the highest number of bodies to ever arrive in the country for people who have died in unclear circumstances other than accidents.
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