In the recent years, there have been a growing number of bereaved Kenyan families sounding the alarm over the sudden deaths of female relatives working in Saudi Arabia. A family in Malindi is still mourning after their daughter, 22, died under unclear circumstances in Saudi Arabia while working as a house help.
A family is in mourning after their 22 year old daughter in Saudi Arabia died days after sending them distressing videos and photos with wounds that were bleeding. In the videos Celine Kanzu who went to Saudi Arabia optimistic that she would make her life better said that she was in hospital but had been neglected.
A family from Malindi is currently crying for justice following the untimely death of their 22 year old daughter who allegedly died under unclear circumstances while working in the Middle East. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased who has been identified as Celine Kanzu left the country a year ago in attempts to help her poor family.
Unemployment has affected many which ends up forcing people to find way out. Some ends up dying in the quest of greener pastures.Photo/Courtesy A family in Malindi has been left mourning after their beloved daughter was reportedly dead under mysterious circumstances in Saudi Arabia. Celine Kanzu, 22, was reported dead just few days after she shared a disturbing video and a voice not to her family.
It goes without say that Kenyans and the whole world at large is grumbling with the effects of the oil prices that have skyrocketed in the recent months leaving many struggling to meet their basic needs. The war in Ukraine has largely been attributed as the main reason behind this increase in fuel prices with subsequent effects on inflation.
Njoki was raised in a modest household by her single mother, who worked extremely hard to raise them. Because her mother couldn't meet her needs, she decided to leave school while still in form 2. She was hired to work as a housekeeper after finding a job.
The cost of living in Kenya is becoming unbearable, this is due to the hiking of fuel prices. The government of Kenya has announced some good news regarding the prices of fuel. The National Oil Cooperation is set to sign a deal to ensure supply of cheaper fuel into the country.
Irene was inspired by her auntie who was working in Saudi Arabia and so after high school, she tried her luck in working there. Fortunetly, Irene was able to travel in Saudi Arabia where she was working as a house help. Luckily she was employed by a certain young couple who treated her nicely.
Her marriage life was full of ups and downs whereby she suffered a lot. Her mother was s single mother but later got married and so Mary shifted to the new home with her mother. Unfortunately, her mother never showed her enough love. Mary tells the she only concreted on the child she got with her stepfather.
The plight of Kenyan women working in the gulf continues to hit the headlines with the sad tale of Grace Atieno the latest to make the airwaves after she died while seeking help to be flown back home for treatment. In her last narration, Grace reveals that she travelled from Kenya in March this year with high hopes of fending for he family but her troubles started when she arrived in Saudi Arabia.
Cate got pregnant immediately after high school and so life was very tough. Luckily she was able to get jobs and so she was able to sustain her child and her loving mother. After working a long time, through friends she was able to get an opportunity to travel to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is a nation where there is no river at all. Sure there are a few lakes here and there underwater sources and oasis in the desert still it consumes. A stream, rivulet, or creek is a streaming waterway that is more modest than a waterway.
Fuel prices in the country increased by Sh9 this month, reaching an all-time high. As a result of the country's increase in the cost of gasoline, diesel, and kerosene, transportation companies have raised their fares. Furthermore, this has had a significant negative impact on the cost of various essential goods in the country, such as cooking oil.
The government, through the Ministry of Labour, has begun the process of ensuring the safety of Kenyans working in the Gulf countries, especially Saudi Arabia. In a conference on Tuesday, June 28, Labour CS, Simon Chelugui, stated that all recruitment agencies will be required to register with the National Employment Authority before recruiting Kenyans to work in the Gulf states.
In the latest effort by the government to bring down the costs at the pump, the National Oil Corporation of Kenya, which is wholly owned by the state, will begin exporting fuel from Saudi Arabia in August at prices that are lower than the worldwide rates. This is made possible by a government-to-government contract in which Saudi Aramco, which is owned by the Saudi government, will supply Nock with refined petroleum at prices that are "exclusively" lower than the costs of oil around the world.
Anthony Joshua, a well-known boxer who competes in the heavyweight division of the world championship, recently shared some images of a fun night out in the city with the people of Britain on his Twitter account. The boxer was most likely in the Arabian country to celebrate one of the happiest times in his life with the locals there.
The surge increase of fuel prices is a talk in every Kenyan mouth. This has led to hiking price of basic commodities increasing the cost of living.Many people have expressed this issue as a form of negligence from the government which has been on a tight spot lately receiving critics even from the civil servants.
Reports from the Nation have said that, the National Oil Cooperation of Kenya is set to start shipping fuel from Saudi Arabia, at a lower cost compared to that of the global market. This is to take effect as from the month of August. The governments of Kenya and Saudi Arabia reached a deal where State owned Saudi Aramco Supply Nock, will import 30 percent of of the country's monthly requirements.
Since some few days ago the cost of fuel has rapidly risen and thus causing to high living standard in the country. Good news regarding fuel costs has been released by the Kenyan government. An agreement will be signed by the National Oil Cooperation to guarantee that inexpensive fuel is available in the nation.
The Kenyan government recently shared some encouraging information regarding the cost of petrol with the public. A contract to guarantee a flow of cheaper fuel into the country is going to be signed very soon by the National Oil Cooperation. As a result of the agreement that was reached between Saudi Arabia and Kenya, prices will go down.