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Embassy staff collude with cartels to con Kenyans

26 March 2012, 09:54

Nairobi - An international human trafficking ring is working with employees of some embassies in Kenya to recruit unsuspecting Kenyans into forced labour in the Middle East, Daily Nation reports.

Kenyans are lured by the cartels through advertisements of well-paying job opportunities in United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, Qatar or Kuwait in local newspapers.

Desperate young men and women, some of them university graduates, apply for the jobs, pay travel and contract processing fees only to end up as domestic workers and labourers.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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