The family of 21-year-odl woman who was died in Saudi Arabia has said that President Uhuru and his Deputy William Ruto are free to go visit them and see how her body was mutilated.
If possible, they say this will make them feel the pain that some Kenyans in the gulf are going through in the search for greener pastures.
The decease Beatrice Waruguru was reportedly tortured to death where she had gone to work as house help last in 2021.
At the same time the family has said that it cannot afford to raise burial fee for their daughter whose body is now lying at Kenyatta University Funeral Home.
Waruguru’s remains arrived on 11th May, 2022 but her family was informed of her death last year.
On Saturday, May 7, the family was informed that their daughter’s body had been processed for transportation from Saudi Arabia and was set to arrive in the country on May 11 at 1:30pm.
The family has now said some marks on Waruguru’s body portray the pain she suffered at the hands of her employers.
“I call upon President Uhuru and his deputy to come and see how the and how our daughter suffered. We don’t even know how we will bury her because we don’t have any money at the moment,” the deceased mother said.
“It is very painful for any parent. I appeal to other Kenyans willing to come and view the body and see how our children are suffering in Saudi Arabia yet the government is silent,” she said. “I wish President Uhuru could have time to see this.”
A postmortem report from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia says that Waruguru died by suicide in May last year.