• As if the abuse was not enough, she was ordered by an agency in Kenya to pay the Saudi employee. 

Faith Murunga
Faith Murunga
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A number of Kenyans who have worked in the Arab countries have a painful experience to narrate. 

For Faith Murunga, her abusive boss poured hot water on her hand, and forced her to confess that she burnt herself. 

With a gun held on her head, Faith was told to tell the authorities that she burnt herself. 

After the visit to the police station, she accompanied her bosses back to their home. 

There, Faith found an escape route while going to dispose garbage, she immediately ran to red cross offices. 

"The red cross office was just a few metres away. I sought refuge there after escaping from my employer's home. I was tired, i had been beaten since morning, and burnt with hot water," she narrated.

Speaking on JKL, Faith shared that she had to reveal the truth while laying on the hospital bed. 

As if the abuse was not enough, she was ordered by an agency in Kenya to pay the Saudi employee. 

"Here in Kenya, they were demanding that i should pay the guy Ksh 118, 000. I didn't have it. My husband had eaten all the money i had sent him."

Having suffered the abuse, Faith swore never to go back to Saudi, nor recommend anyone to go there. 

"Never, over my dead body."

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