A group of women are reportedly stranded at the Kenyan embassy in Khartoum, Sudan.
According to reports, the embassy workers are engaging in corrupt practices with local employees to prevent the women from leaving the country.
They have also refused to hand over the women’s passports, making it impossible for them to travel back to Kenya.
The women say they were brought to Sudan by agents who have since neglected them.
They are now being asked to pay for their tickets and visas but they have no means to do so.
The embassy workers are exploiting the women’s desperation by deploying them to work under unclear circumstances.
The women have called for immediate help to be rescued from the embassy.
This is not the first time that Kenyan citizens have been stranded abroad due to issues with embassy officials.
The Kenyan government has in the past been criticized for failing to assist its citizens in foreign countries when they find themselves in similar situations.
This situation should be investigated and appropriate action taken to rescue the women from their predicament.
We will continue to follow this developing story and provide updates as more information becomes available.
The plight of these Kenyan women is a matter of great concern and should be addressed with urgency.
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