Kenyans in Middle East have been abandoned

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Haki Africa Gender Rights Coordinator Salma Hemed addresses the media at their offices in Mombasa on October 22, 2014, on the fate of Kenyans in the Middle East. Haki Africa claimed that prominent politicians and government officials own some of the illegal job recruitment agencies that are sending Kenyans to the Middle East. FILE PHOTO | KEVIN ODIT | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Haki Africa Gender Rights Coordinator Salma Hemed addresses the media at their offices in Mombasa on October 22, 2014, on the fate of Kenyans in the Middle East. Haki Africa claimed that prominent politicians and government officials own some of the illegal job recruitment agencies that are sending Kenyans to the Middle East. FILE PHOTO | KEVIN ODIT | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Many Kenyans are suffering in the hands of ruthless employers in the Middle East.

A network of agents lures Kenyan youth in the name of employment opportunities with good pay.

The unsuspecting youth later find out that the promise was a mirage.

Upon arrival, their passports are confiscated, making them prisoners.

I feel that the Kenyan embassies in the Middle East are not protecting Kenyans there.

Source link-nation.co.ke

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