The alleged video of a woman from Kenya, breastfeeding puppies (new-born dogs) in Saudi Arabia, after her employer decided to assign the job to her, has sparked outrage.
According to a report from the Secretary of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) in Kenya, Francis Atwoli, the woman was asked to take up the job of breastfeeding the dogs in Saudi Arabia, after her employer discovered she was a nursing mother, having just delivered a baby.
He was reported to have berated the UAE and urged the youths to shun immigrating there in search of jobs. Adding that their economy will grow as the Government was putting in its good efforts.
However, the Association of Skilled Migrant Agencies of Kenya (ASMAK) has said that the video is fake. According to her, the contents might be true, but the message accompanying it was false, as it was pulled from a pornography site.
ASMAK Secretary General, Monica Mwema, berated Francis Atwoli, the Secretary of Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU), saying he was “reacting to a non-existent, edited fake video, on national television. This is unfortunate, careless and cheap talk from a national leader”, adding that most of the abuses of Kenyans living in the Middle East are false.