Gulf countries have recently been in the spotlight for several cases of mistreatment of Kenyan domestic workers. Some have ended up dead while others have been rescued with serious health conditions. Although they have been Kenyans who have prospered in those countries most of them have ended up in situations between life and death.
It's no different from the recent case of Jamal and the late sister Mercy. Jamal is said to have been burnt with acid and Mercy died after alleged torture. Kenyans in the gulf have called for the Kenyan government and precisely President Ruto and Sonko to help in getting justice and bringing Jamal back home.
They claim that Jamal is recently being imprisoned with no medication to a point that one of his hands is rotting due to the acid effect, all the plans to rescue him through his agency are not summing up as the police told the Kenyans in the gulf that agency cannot help in getting Jamal off.
Through a TikTok video from one of the Kenyans in the gulf, they have requested for the government to help in getting Jamal out and bringing him to Kenya fit medication and for the justice process to be performed by the Kenyan court if it's true he has gone against the Arabic government.
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