Kenyans stranded in Riyadh in a past incident
The sad state of affairs in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia has once again come to light after a heartbreaking video of a helpless Kenyan lady who identified herself as Mary Wanjiru Nyambura, from Njoro Nakuru county emerged.
In the video that has since gone viral, Wanjiru recorded herself in her sick bed in a Riyadh medical facility, she looked so frail and sickly revealing that she has been in that facility for weeks after her employer pushed her down from a storey building.
An ordeal that almost cut short her dear life but luckily she survived but sustained grievous injuries on the back and feet.
Mary says she has not been able to stand on her two feet since the day the heinous act was executed.
Through the one-minute video, she revealed that plans are underway to transfer her from the hospital she is to unknown destination, a move that further puts her innocent life at risk.
She has now called for well-wishers to organise for her rescue and be flown back to Nairobi.
Mary who was full of tears was preferential to succumbed to her injuries back at home than in a far-away country where she innocently traveled to, in search of greener pastures that have turned to torture and near death experiences.
Gory tales like Mary's are however not new to Kenyans who ventured into the middle east in pursuit of domestic duties with the promise of fat pay cheques.
Numerous saddening stories of abuse, unpaid or delayed salaries, s£xual harassment, physical torture and withholding of travel documents has become a gospel to both mainstream and social media.
Over the years, hundreds of bodies of Kenyans who lost their lives under controversial circumstances have been flown back to Nairobi and families of the victims called to pick them without any justice served.
Click the link below to watch the heart-wrenching video
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