The Viral Video Of A Mentally Disturbed Margret Wairimu Muthoni
Meet Margaret Mwangi. She has been working in Saudi Arabia (ALKAJ) for 10 years. Margaret aliruka kichwa, has worked for 8 years without PAYMENT! She doesn’t have a phone & what you see here is the reality of Margaret’s life every single day! This is a serious case of mental illness. I have more videos that I’ll share on my FB stories. Woi Ngai witu! For more, visit www.voicesoftheoppressed.com or follow me on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/nelson.k.muriuki
Mass Exodus Of Kenyan Ladies Going To Middle East Witnessed At An African Airport
GULF MISERY & The reality at the Airport ; My good friend who was flying back from Kenya 🇰🇪 to Germany & had a transit flight in Ethiopia 🇪🇹 sent me this video and she was in shock. What you see is over 200 Kenyan ladies on the queue checking in on their way to Saudi Arabia. Most are young souls, as young as 16 years. Which brings me back to my point; it doesn’t matter how hard I’ve raised awareness of oppression of Kenyan Domestic Workers in GULF, this exodus will never stop! It doesn’t matter how many cases of oppression are reported daily & mysterious deaths, people are ready to sacrifice their lives and give it a shot! Mind you this is not 2015, this was just yesterday. Everyday hundreds if not thousands leave Kenya for GULF, some carrying plastic bags & wearing slippers to seek opportunities in the “green pastures.” But what do you expect? In a country where unemployment & inflation are at an all time high & many families are struggling to just put food on the table for their kids, when the opportunity to leave the country comes, when they see that passport & a plane ticket, there is no second guessing! To those who always ask “mbona munaenda huko na munaambiwa”, this video answers your question! The sad reality is, there is someone on this queue who will soon be reaching out for help, crying out “please nisaindie nirudi nyumbani huku nateswa!” As I type don’t we have 2 Kenyan ladies whose bodies are still in the morgue and their families back home have visited every office seeking for help? What’s up with our sister in Bahrain whose death is still under investigation? What’s up with our sister in Iraq who has been in the morgue since December? Am just pointing out few examples here! All I can say is “May God protect your souls” as I paraphrase Psalms 91! Ni hayo tu kwa sasa! Yours, Nelson K-Nel Muriuki President & Founder Voices Of The Oppressed #VOO
Kenyan Domestic Worker Story Of Torture And Sexual Abuse In Iraq. Needs Urgent Help!
Her name is Rehema, a Kenyan domestic worker currently in Iraq. Her first video surfaced on the internet last year, showing torture as her employer forced her to drink her own menstrual blood. There was harsh reaction on social media and critics called for her rescue. She was moved to another house but this was not a safe haven! Last week, I received another video of Rehema, seen here in tears. Note, her face is swollen, her front teeth are missing, a clear indication she is still facing the same cruelty as that from her previous employer. WhatsApp messages reveal she has been forced to sexual abuse. This is a very serious case and we need her to be rescued ASAP. Having spoken to her sister & God mother back in Kenya, they are helpless. Her agent has made empty promises as Rehema continues to suffer. Question is, who in Iraq can rescue Rehema. She is located in Basra, has given the exact location. If there is anyone in IRAQ who can help? Is there anything the Kenyan Government can do despite the fact we don’t have a KENYAN EMBASSY IN IRAQ? Please sent and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Kenyan Domestic Worker Brutally Beaten Up In Iraq
I spoke to Wanjiru this week. She told me how her employer physically abused her, to an extent she became unconscious. It all started when her employer demanded that her & 2 other women carry a fridge to the 5th floor. The fact that it was a huge and heavy, Wanjiru and her colleagues could not carry the load. That’s when the employer snapped on Wanjiru and the beating started. Note Wanjiru has been working in Iraq the past 2 years. After the incident, her friends took her to a hospital and a Good Samaritan has offered her a place to stay temporarily. She wants to travel back to Kenya, but her employer has refused to sign what we call “GARAMA”.
Black Lives Matter Protests In Washington DC *Part 2*
As I continued to document the BLM protests in Washington DC, this moment was another highlight. Protesters took a knee to take a break and honor George Floyd and debate about African-Americans owning a gun license to protect themselves or their loved ones started. Watch how this went down. Videography by Nelson Photography 2020 Websites: https://www.cryptofashionhouse.com https://www.voicesoftheoppressed.com https://www.noble-marketing-solutions.com https://iamsarafina.com
K-Nel Interviews African-American Vendors On Black Lives Matter Plaza In Washington DC
"Stop Thinking All Black People Are Criminals" - I interviewed these 2 African-American Brothers who were Vendors on Black Lives Matter Plaza during the Black Lives Matter protests in Washington DC on June 18th 2020. Listen to their views about POLICE BRUTALITY & RACISM that has plagued Black Americans over 400 years! Videography By Nelson Photography 2020 Websites: https://www.cryptofashionhouse.com https://www.voicesoftheoppressed.com https://www.noble-marketing-solutions.com https://www.iamsarafina.com
Black Lives Matter Washington DC Protests *Part 1*
I documented the Black Lives Matter protests in Washington DC on June 14th. This was one special moment as the protesters headed towards the highway, blocking one section and taking a knee for 8:46 minutes in honor of Geroge Floyd. Watch this powerful footage. Videography by Nelson K-Nel Muriuki Websites: www.cryptofashionhouse.com www.noble-marketing-solutions.com www.voicesoftheoppressed.com www.iamsarafina.com