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2 Kenyan Domestic Workers Steal Sh40 Million From Employer In Middle East

Two Kenyan domestic workers reportedly stole 40 million Kenyan shillings approximately D150,000 Bahrain dollars from their employer in Middle East ( Bahrain ) before flying back to the republic of Kenya.

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The two workers including a driver and a housemaid allegedly broke into a safe of their employer who lives in West Riffa and removed a large sum of money worth over 40 million Kenyan shillings, according to the reports from Nairobi News.

Their employer told Akhbar AI Khaleej newspaper that the Kenyan housemaid was just one week old at the job while the driver had spent 24 months working for him.

He said he was scared to hear that the thieves managed to fly back to Kenya without his consent or acceptance.

Many Kenyans in the Middle East, especially the housemaids have been on several occasions complained  of abuse by their bosses.

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