Martha Karua Calls For Action From CS Alfred Mutua After Kenyan Girls Are Seen Begging in Lebanon
The Middle East has been a thorn in the flesh of many young girls who decide to venture into the world of domestic world in the Arabian Gulf. Picture courtesy. Martha Karua. There have been numerous complaints over the situation in the Gulf region with some girls even losing their lives as per the reports that we have with us.
"My Increase in Weight While in Saudi Arabia, Made My Boss Lock The Fridge. I Took Strong Tea," Lady Narrates
Financial constraints made Eveline Kerubo travel to the Gulf countries in search of greener pastures. The mother of two narrated her story on Egeikaro TV. Kerubo was born in Kisii county where her parents were peasants and farmers. Fortunately, they worked hard to support her education and after high school, she got married.
My Saudi Arabian Boss Trained me How to Cook, He Later Connected me to a Job in Jordan- Pauline
Many Kenyans work in different Gulf Countries for them to earn a living. Many of them are investing in Kenya in different projects. Unfortunately, others are still struggling to make ends meet. Working in the Gulf depends on your mentality, dreams, visions, and your main goal in life.
RIP; Sad News as Elizabeth Reveals the Last Message She Received From Gloria, Before Dying in Gulf
Several young people in the country have traveled to various parts of the country in search of green pastures. Unfortunately, some of them were confirmed dead after only a short period of suffering, while others were murdered by their employers. Hundreds of Kenyans have lost loved ones in these cases, and some children have been left behind to suffer.
My Saudi Arabian Boss Never Wanted to See me Idle, She Disorganized The Kitchen For Me to Clean
Recently, additional evidence has emerged about the horrifying treatment Kenyan domestic workers suffer from their employers in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is renowned as one of the top countries in the world for importing workers. Kenya has been sending workers to this Gulf nation through recruitment agencies for many years.
Photos Of Dj Dibul And Gatundu South MP Enjoying Life In Dubai(Photos)
Photos Of Dj Dibul And Gatundu South MP Enjoying Life In Dubai(Photos) Dj Dibul is a famous Kenyan Dj who is known for his skills in mixing song tapes, he is one of the Kikuyu celebrities who is commanding a huge number of followers in all his social media platforms.
RIP: Photos Of Judith Adhiambo A 40-Year-Old Kenyan Lady Who Died In Saudi Arabia
A Nakuru man is in pain after he received news that his wife had died in Saudi.His wife went to Saudi in June this and was set to return on November 28 but it is on that same day that she died after allegedly tripping in the bathroom.The woman even called the man and their kids on November 27,to inform them that she would fly home the following day but that did not happen.On November 28,the man received a disturbing call in which he was informed his wife had tripped in the bathroom and died on the spot.
"Enough Is Enough, " Angry Sonko Reacts After Another Kenyan Is Left Paralyzed By Employer in Saudi
Kenyan women have been reported death in the hands of their employers in the the Gulf nations and moreso in Saudi Arabia with some left permanently disabled. Despite the numerous calls from Kenyans to assure the Kenyan immigrants in these regions of their safety while working outside Kenya has not borne much fruit and the troubles seems to be getting worse each day.
"Then Unakuja Kulia." Wangeci To The Gulf People Who Send Money To Their Relatives, Lovers in Kenya
We are familiar with tales of Kenyan women fleeing their country to work in countries in the Middle East. But the story has contradictory endings, with some characters surviving while others are mistreated or even killed. Overall, we pray that they find safety as they seek better lands.
Body Of Miriam Njeri Who Died In Gulf After Working for 4 Months Arrives in Kenya, Family Speaks
The family of Miriam Njeri who died in unclear circumstances while working in Saudi Arabia has called upon the Ministry of foreign affairs to investigate his death. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the Deceased died 4 months after traveling to Saudi Arabia.
"Sonko Na Ruto Saidia" Disturbing Video of Kenyan Allegedly Burnt With Acid While in Saudi Arabia
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.
Makueni Family Appeal for help to Repariate Body of Their Kin Who died in The Gulf on New year Eve.
The family of Gloria Ndunge from Mtindo, Makueni County, is urgently seeking help to repatriate the body of their daughter, who passed away in Saudi Arabia after a brief illness. Screen shot Gloria had been working in the Gulf for only five months before her untimely passing.
While Working in Lebanon I Build A House For My Ex-husband. We Later Parted Ways.
The appalling treatment that Kenyan domestic employees receive from their employers in Saudi Arabia has recently come to light in more ways. It is one of the most well-known nations in the world for importing labor. Through recruitment firms, Kenya has been exporting labor to this Gulf country for many years.
16 Distressed Kenyan left Stranded and Begging in the Streets of Lebanon after Job Deals Gone Wrong
One of the Kenyans ladies on the street of Lebanon. (Photo Courtesy) Thousands of Kenyan ladies usually leave the country for other countries abroad in search of greener pastures in terms of well paying casual jobs which turn out to be a huge nightmare to many. Some of these ladies land in the Gulf countries of Saudi Arabia and Qatar while others go to Lebanon where they are promised good paying jobs which many of them do not get.
Kerubo Narrated What Her Iraqi Boss Did After She Realized About Her Pregnancy.
It is concerning how many girls are dying in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations. However many Kenyans face hardships in the Gulf Countries whereby others succumb to various diseases. Others even commit suicide due hard labour. Eveline Kerubo traveled to the Gulf nations in search of greener pastures due to financial difficulties.
Problems faced by Kenyans employed at the Gulf.
https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2022-12-21-family-anguish-as-daughter-admitted-to-saudi-hospital/ A Murang'a family is in pin as efforts to return a relative who has been admitted to a Saudi Arabian hospital for several weeks appear futile. According to relatives, Lucy Wambui has been in the hospital for more than three weeks, suffering from an illness they are unaware of.
Argentinian fans in Doha are convinced that Messi's time has come to shine during the World Cup final
The last game of the World Cup between Argentina and France is nearing. Fans from both countries have arrived in Doha, Qatar, for the match. Argentina has brought an estimated 40,000 fans, many of whom hope to see star player Lionel Messi win a World Cup in his potential final tournament.
"Gulf has never been bad for me" Fans reacted after Evangelist Mercy Nungari Shared this post
If you frequently visit social media you may have come across evangelist Mercy Nungari at some point. She is a social media influencer who has moved from grass to fame within a short period of time due to her creativity, determination and hardwork she employed. She is a renown servant of God who has touched many souls and transformed them.
Family in Makueni Asks Government to Help Bring Their Daughter's Body Back From Saudi Arabia.
On multiple occasions, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has intervened in cases involving Kenyans who have perished in Saudi Arabia. Mike Sonko, the former county governor of Nairobi, has also been instrumental in ensuring that Kenyans stranded in Gulf countries be returned home. The Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Alfred Mutua, has lately established a helpline for families with relatives stranded in Saudi Arabia or any other Gulf country.
Martha Karua turns to President Ruto, Wants his administration to do this as soon as possible
The Middle East has been a thorn in the flesh of many young girls who decide to venture into the world of domestic world in the Arabian Gulf. There have been numerous complaints over the situation in the Gulf region with some girls even losing their lives as per the reports that we have with us.