Lucy Wanja dies 10 days after landing an elusive job in Saudi Arabia
• Lucy Wanja was brought back to Kenya in a coffin just 10 days after landing a cleaning job in Saudi Arabia.
• Kenyan politicians demand the Government to aid the Kenyan citizens particularly in the Middle East to be treated with respect and dignity.
Lucy dies after 10 days in Saudi Arabia
Lucy Wanja dies 10 days after landing an elusive job in Saudi Arabia. She arrived in Kenya in a coffin, of which surprised and saddened her mother Susan Nzilani. Lucy Wanja had obtained the cleaning job in Saudi Arabia after she was conned the first time. She was among 50 girls that were conned around ksh.105,000 to go work in Saudi Arabia.
The agent booking their flight did not pay for them and run away with their money. The women therefore were not able to travel despite arriving at the Moi International Airport. The agent is still being searched for till now. Lucy Wanja decided to reapply for the Saudi Arabia cleaning jobs through the agents and was successful. This came after her clothes importation business did not work.
How did Lucy Wanja die in Saudi Arabia?
The agent that booked Lucy Wanja’s flight and job, called her mother and informed her that her daughter’s health was at risk. Her body was then brought back to Kenya just 20 days after she left for Saudi Arabia. Her body arrived at the Moi International Airport in a coffin. It was then reported that Lucy Wanja died after being rushed to the ICU after fainting during a bath. It was also reported that she died after a cardiopulmonary arrest and also some sources say she died after being infected with Covid-19.
The family however are demanding for the true answers and are unsure of what killed their daughter claiming that she was perfectly fine before departing for Saudi Arabia. The family us set to conduct a post mortem to be sure of what killed their daughter. Kenyan politicians demand the Government to aid the Kenyan citizens particularly in the Middle East to be treated with respect and dignity. This comes after many Kenyan deaths have been reported in Saudi Arabia. They are currently around 120,000 Kenyans living in Saudi Arabia that need to be protected.