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Sad News as Another African Woman Dies in Saudi Arabia Because she was Forced to do this while Sick

Faith Kinya tragically passed away in Saudi Arabia a week ago, and now the Imenti North community in Meru County is mourning the loss of one of their own. In order to support her two boys, Evans Muriithi, 23, and Brian Muriungi, 18, Kinya migrated to the Middle Eastern nation in 2014. However, all contact stopped in March of this year, which worried and alarmed her family.

Kinya’s younger brother Michael Mwiti remembered how her choice to relocate to Saudi Arabia was unexpected, leaving the family stunned and perplexed. “She called me one day and told me that she had received an overseas employment offer. During an interview at their house, Mwiti said, “She also indicated that I would be accountable for her family.

In 2016, Kenyans welcomed Kinya’s return with joy and wealth. She lavished her family members with gifts, notably her uncle Charles Mwongera, for whom she purchased a wristwatch that he still treasures today. “She gave support to make sure our mother, after whom she was named, received the care she needed when she became ill. And in 2020, Faith handed me money for the burial costs after our mother went away. According to Mr. Mwongera, she was a kind daughter who always took care of her family.

Her goals for going back to Saudi Arabia were to put in more effort, buy some land, and start a business. Sadly, these hopes were dashed when she succumbed to an unknown illness, the specifics of which have not been revealed to the family. Her correspondence unexpectedly stopped in March, and at the end of the month, a Facebook user uploaded a picture of her looking confused taken in Riyadh’s Al Iman General Hospital. According to the post, Kinya had lost her memories and could only recall that she was from Gitimbine in Meru County.

The family learned heartbreaking news on March 31 while desperately trying to bring her back home. “She told me she was alright during our most recent talk in early March. We have no idea when or how she became unwell. Despite the fact that the doctors said she was responding well to therapy, we made steps to have her returned because we were worried about the standard of care she was receiving.

Catherine Munyange, Kinya’s mother, disclosed that the family needs about Sh850,000.00 to pay for the hospital bills in Saudi Arabia and the return of Kinya’s remains to Meru. The family must find funding to bring Faith back home for a dignified farewell while grieving the loss of their cherished daughter, Faith.


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