SHOCKING VIDEO: Sickly, Depressed and Dejected Kenyan Women Locked Up in Saudi Arabian Detention Centre


Saudi ArabiaA shocking new revelation has emerged on the deplorable conditions Kenyan workers are subjected to while in Saudi Arabia. The latest revelation, in what has become a constant headline maker about the poor conditions of Kenyans in the Middle East, features a group of women who have been locked up in Tarhill, a detention centre in Saudi Arabia.

The revelation was brought to light by US based Kenyan rapper Nelson Muriuki. He also brought to light and started a petition to save Martha Nyaguthii, a Kenyan lady in a coma at a hospital in the Middle Eastern country.

According to Nelson, he received a video call on Sunday afternoon from a group of women who have only one wish: to come back home.

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He posted on Facebook, I received an anonymous video call on FB an hour ago and what I saw scared the hell out of my blood system!! 160 Kenyan women locked in a detention center, desperate and helpless. All of them have one golden wish “To go back Home.” The living conditions inside the Tarlhill is a violation of every form of human right!

Here is a summary of what I saw with my 2 eyes:

1: Overcrowded rooms with women lying on cold floors or upto 3 people sharing one bed or sleeping in shifts!
2: Hygiene: This is the biggest disaster!! The women receive no sanitary pads or proper hygiene articles. Many are lying there sick especially with Diarrhea and other diseases. I quote “all we get here ni PANADOL tu!!”. They complained of dirty toilettes which are a major source of all these ailments.
3: Heat: I understand it’s extremely hot and imagine these overcrowded rooms with no AC?! Many could be seen sweating and some are experiencing BREATHING PROBLEMS.
4: Depression: I saw women who have lost it or as we say in swahili “Wana wendazimu”.


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