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Kenyan Family Stuck In Dubai After Failing To Pay Shs1.5M Rent Arrears

A Kenyan family is calling for help after their travel documents including their passports were confiscated by Dubai authorities over failing to pay Shs1.5 million rent arrears.

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This Kenyan family appeals to the government to rescue their passports.

According to Muteria Mwaura who talked to media on Monday, their try to plead for forgiveness from the authorities in Dibai has not been successful.

Mwaura and his family have lived in Dubai for over 10 years.

I lost my job since 2016 after my employer terminated my contract and since then, I have been unable to pay rent,’’he said.

When he traveled to Kenya, his landlord decided to file a criminal case against him and on his come back to Dubai, he was quickly arrested.

He however claims to have got another job in a certain company in Yemen which requires him to relocate there.

But because his passport was confiscated by authorities in Dubai, he is unable to travel and yet he’s meant to report to his new job in Yemen on 1st March.

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