Family Of Kenyan Lady Admitted At Hospital In Saudi Arabia For 1Year Wants Her Brought Back To Kenya
Kenyan family is living hopeless as The r daughter still remains at a hospital in Saudi Arabia. Gladys Wanjiku Nganga According to information shared on Facebook by Nelson, Gladys Wanjiku Nganga was admitted at Hariq General Hospital in Saudi Arabia in January 2021. Medics confirmed that Gladys is suffering from arthritis and has been operated twice on the head.
According to the SRP magazine, the Middle East countries are home to many of the world's biggest, driest and hottest deserts. Saudi Arabia and its neighbors have encountered desertification and ruining dust storms mixed with low precipitation each year. Recent research predicted that most parts of Saudi Arabia will become uninhabitable by the end of the 21st century due to rising temperate that will wipe out all plants and water sources.
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According to GRB magazine, Saudi Arabia aims to plant 10 billion trees as part of an ambitious campaign unveiled by Crown Prince Mohammed Salman. The kingdom says its seek to combat pollution and land degradation over the coming decades. Riyadh aim to achieve this through existing solar energy and nuclear power projects which have received Handsome government investment.
BARCELONA VS BOCA JUNIORS. MRSOOL Park in Riyadh will host a football friendly clash, in which Barcelona and Boca Juniors will meet in memory of the great legend of this sport - Diego Armando Maradona. Xavi had a good start on the Barcelona bench, but the victories over Espanyol and Villarreal seemed to be a coincidence, as the Catalan giant is now in a three-game winless streak, suffering two defeats during that series.
Kenyan women stranded in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Over the years, middle East countries more so Saudi Arabia have had their reputation tainted courtesy of the skyrocketing number of cases of domestic migrant workers abuses to desperate women from Kenya and other nationalities. To make matters worse, The guardian, a British daily newspaper and tabloid has exposed how, many deaths of Kenyan ladies and other women come by due to their involvement in secret affairs with their manipulative male bosses and when the woman employer gets wind of the affair, all hell breaks loose going forward and to the extreme lives lost.
A lady identified to be of Kenyan nationality has been reportedly killed after a deal went sour. The lady's killer is alleged to be a man. To whom, they disagreed on payment terms after he had enjoyed goodies. The lady is reported to have been killed in Riyadh.
The media is infiltrated with tons and tons of distressing tales of affliction, grief and anguish experienced by innocent Kenyan domestic workers in Saudi Arabia. However, not so much information about the transition from an innocent worker into slavery once one leaves JKIA and touches down at King Fahad International Airport in Riyadh is freely accessible.
/Photo Courtesy 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.
A soul-stirring video clip of a distressed Kenyan lady identified as Calister Nyamache helplessly wandering in the busy streets of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has taken the internet by storm pasting the horrifying state of affairs of Kenyan migrant workers in the gulf country. In the now viral video clip, an extremely tormented Calister is recorded running aimlessly in a busy street while kneeling down from time to time pleading for help from uncurious passers-by.
The trending news of the death of Caroline Aluoch has left Kenyans reacting to the sad news. The Kenyan Embassy in Riyadh had received a letter saying Caroline had committed suicide in her room. The embassy agreed to start ferrying Caroline's corpse to Nairobi for the burial as soon as possible.
Yesterday evening was emotional for the family and friends of Hannah Wambui, a woman who died in Saudi Arabia as her body landed at JKIA at around 11PM. Hannah will be burried on Monday 8th November at her rural home in Kitale. She died on 20th September at a hospital in Riyadh where she had been undergoing treatment after complaining about having a serious toothache.
Cases of Kenyans being mistreated in Saudi Arabia have been on the rise in recent months as pressure mounts on the government to intervene and negotiate better working conditions for the maidservants in the Middle East country. Kenyan women who have sought to improve their livelihoods by sourcing for a living from Saudia have found that the grass is not always greener as they are often subjected to deplorable working environments.
IMAGE: Kenyans Stranded In Saudi Arabia Kenyans in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia are appealing for help from the government to bring them back home. On a viral video, showing the Kenyan ladies crammed in a room, the Kenyans say since they arrived months ago, they have been put in that room, with no food and no water and definitely without the jobs they were promised.
Safiri Salama: Pain as a Family Pleads For Help toBring Back Their Daughter's Body From Saudi Arabia
A family in Mutuini ward, Dagoretti South is in tears after their daughter by the name Hannah Wambui Wangu, died in Saudi Arabia after visiting a dentist for dental extraction. According to her sister by the name Janethira Wangu, her sister was admitted in hospital in Riyadh after she had a failed dental extraction which led to excessive bleeding.
It's painful and sad to loose a family member most especially those that have sacrificed themselves for their families. That's the pain that a family from Mutuini ward, Dagoretti South is going through at the moment. This is after they lost their kin who had travelled to Saudi Arabia in order to search for greener pastures.
A family in Mutuini ward, Dagoretti South was left in pain and grief after their kin working in Saudi Arabia after a short illness. Hanna Wambui Wangu, 32, is said to have visited a dentist at Riyadh on September 20th where she had gone for a tooth extraction procedure.
The Kenya government is not doing enough to help Kenyan labour migrants trapped in Saudi Arabia, victims of mistreatment have said. Two bitter women have come out lambasting the government for burying its head in the sand even after desperate appeals for a helping hand. Faith Murunga and Lorna Jerop accuse the government of being insensitive and defensive on the plight of thousands of Kenyans in the Asian country doing hard work with little or no pay.
Hannah Wambui , was domestic worker in Saudi Arabia who died on September 20 , 2021 while undergoing treatment in a Hospital in Riyadh , after complaining of a toothache. According to the family members , Wambui had visited a dentis for a tooth extraction which the operation lead to excessive bleeding.
The first outbreak of covid in 2019 actually did shake the whole world but with scientists working round the clock, the invention of a vaccine was a major breakthrough that brought back hope to the world.However the vaccine also faced lots of criticism from those who thought it wasn't safe and rightfully so due to how fast it was invented and approved.I mean some people agued that we've had HIV for way longer than Covid but is their a vaccine?