Another Kenyan lady currently working in Saudi Arabia has been reported sick. Cases of Kenyans who are working in Emirate countries developing some complications while at work has been vividly reportedly increasing day by day.
Many Kenyans prefer traveling in Emirate countries to secure employment due to scarcity of jobs here in Kenya among other factors.
According to the latest news report that has been shared online today via Facebook platform, that Kenyan lady who is sick goes by the name Glady's, a kikuyu and his home place is Kiambu. She is extremely sick whereby she can't even talk or write and currently need help from Kenyans.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that news report whereby some section of netizens have urged her family to respond quickly and take their daughter home for treatment while others have wished her a quick recovery.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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