Holiness Wawuda’s family cries for financial support to bring her body home from Saudi Arabia

A family in Wundanyi, Taita Taveta is seeking funds to help ship the remains of their loved one who died in Saudi Arabia.

Holiness Wawuda, 52, died on October 10, 2021 while in police custody in Riyadh. A friend who broke the news to the family said the deceased collapsed in police cells and was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital in the kingdom.

Her cousin Leonard Maghanga said the mother of three fell ill while Saudi officials were processing her deportation after she declined to renew her work permit.

“The friend told us that she was taken to the hospital by police. She said our daughter had blood pressure issues but we don’t have any official information yet to know what exactly killed her,” he said.

The bereaved family has sought help from Kenyan officials back at home and Saudi but their efforts have proved futile.

They are seeking Sh800,000 to help ship Wawuda’s body. They have so far raised Sh200,000.

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