Human rights group accuses agencies of engaging in human trafficking

Human rights groups in the coast region want the government to reduce the number of recruiting agencies luring youths to go and work in Middle East countries saying they are engaging in human trafficking.
Muslim for Human Rights group (MUHURI) and Commission for Human Rights and Justice have urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to personally deal with the plight of Kenyans working in Middle East countries.
The two groups said every region should have a maximum of 10 recruiting agencies for easier management.
The lobby groups said more than 30 recruiting agencies in coast region are still recruiting Kenyan youths to go and work as domestic workers yet the ban is still on.


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