Kenyan Woman Mwanamizi Mwitani Dies In Saudi Arabia

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Kenyan Woman Mwanamizi Mwitani Dies In Saudi Arabia
Kenyan Woman Mwanamizi Mwitani Dies In Saudi Arabia

Another Kenyan woman working in Saudi Arabia has died in unclear circumstances. Mwanamizi Mwitani from  Kwale was allegedly murdered and her  body locked in a freezer for more than 3   months after a quarrel  with her employer.

Family members claim the woman was killed after a child she was taking care of died after choking. Relatives now want the government to intervene and ensure proper investigation are carried out and her body is brought home.

Relatives now want the  government to intervene and ensure proper investigation are carried out and  her body is brought home.

Many African people suffer from the racial discrimination,lack of support from family,and out of touch to their family due to prolonged  stay in foreign countries..
The more common incidences usually happen in saudia Arabia where people swam in from third world country for better pay.Most mistreatment are against foreign women who work as nanny.

Source- http://www.nairobistar.com/classicnews/38118–kenyan-woman

Amnesty international has urged saudia Arabia to investigate many cases of deaths and mistreatment against servants,it has been termed as a hub for human trafficking.Workers from Kenya, India ,shrilanka,Ethiopia and Eritrea flow in masses most suffer from physical abuse,sexual abuse and non or delayed payment.
In most recent cases is a woman from Kenya was beaten to death.Esther mwikamba  26yrs was brutally beaten last month a carpark  she has been in a comma since then and died on monday this month..Another case is whereby another woman was brutally murdered and her body locked in a freezer for three months Ms mwanamizi mwitani from kwale was working as a servant in saudia.

Source-https://african-guru.blogspot.com/

Kenyan Woman Mwanamizi Mwitani Dies In Saudi Arabia

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