Hours after the breakthrough in bringing back a Bomet girl stuck in Saudi Arabia, another one has come out begging for help from Kenyans to help her get back home. Vivian is stuck in Iraq and is only begging for an air ticket home.
In a now-viral story, Vivian posted on her Facebook profile that she had been working as a domestic worker in Iraq but the working conditions became unbearable. From working for 2 houses the house owner according to Vivian added 3 more houses.
Social media users just like they did with Diana Chepkemoi who is now en route to Kenya from Riyadh. They are soliciting funds from Kenyans of goodwill to get her home.
"Another girl from Bomet who is stuck in Iraq. She just needs an air ticket back home. From Kipajit, arap Chebukto. Before our government addresses this issue of the middle east and domestic workers, this girl should be rescued before she starves to death. Anyone who can help her? ,"
"Ooh my goodness, we need to team up online the way we did for Diana. When we come together, we will make it and we will bring her home, please don’t keep quiet, the earlier the better. We can do it,"
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