- In the video, the lady has her head in tears, pleading with Kenyans to help her get home as several puppies suckle her breasts
- It is reported that she traveled to the Middle Eastern country just two months after giving birth and her Saudi boss took advantage of the fact that she could breastfeed
- Consequently, an angry Francis Atwoli urged the government to ban all employment agencies negotiating job offers in foreign countries.
A disturbing video of a Kenyan woman nursing puppies in Saudi Arabia has caught the attention of the General Secretary of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU), Francis Atwoli.
In the heartbreaking video which has gone viral on social media, the lady cries, pleading with Kenyans to help her get home. Several puppies are seen nursing her breasts.
The lady reportedly traveled to the Middle Eastern country about two weeks ago to seek greener pastures. She traveled barely two months after giving birth to a baby.
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However, when she arrived, instead of the housekeeping job she had signed up for, her employer took advantage of her ability to breastfeed to do the unthinkable. She was forced to nurse dogs.
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Ban employment agencies
Weighing in on the video, an angry Atwoli urged the government to ban all employment agencies that negotiate job offers in foreign countries.
The trade unionist implored President William Ruto to follow in the footsteps of ex-President Mwai Kibaki. The latter banned all the aforementioned agencies.
“That’s what I said, it’s indirect slavery, I want to call on our government to do what Mwai Kibaki did. With Phylis Kandie as Minister of Labor, Kibaki banned all employment agencies who were exporting labour,” Atwoli said.
Going forward, the COTU boss has proposed that the issue of Kenyans migrating to Saudi Arabia be handled on a government-to-government basis.
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In this, Kenya will negotiate terms and conditions with the Saudi government so that people leaving the country will have decent jobs.
“We better as Kenyans stay as we are but with our respect and dignity instead of suffering in Saudi Arabia. This is indirect slavery,” he added.
A few months ago, a family in Malindi was left in mourning after their 22-year-old relative died in mysterious circumstances in Saudi Arabia.
Celine Kanzu is believed to have died in the Middle Eastern country just days after sending upsetting videos and sounds to her family from a hospital.
According to a Citizen TV report, in the videos, Kanzu was struggling to breathe and she was in a hospital where she said she was neglected.
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