- Susan Akinyi Khatchina went to Iraq in 2018 to work as a house help, and within two years, she had transformed her life back at home
- She had built a KSh 1.42 million mansion that included everything from furniture to a water tank from her salary
- The Kakamega woman said her employer had paid a major role in assisting her in building her home as she paid her well
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Kakamega - A woman who works as a house help in Iraq has proudly shown off the mansion she built with her salary.
Susan Akinyi Khatchina, who travelled to Iraq in 2018, had previously worked in Saudi Arabia, but it did not turn out well.
Earning KSh 142,000 from arranging papers
Speaking to TUKO.co.ke, the mother of two said she used KSh 1.42 million to complete the magnificent project at home.
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"Building that house has cost me 1.42 million, inclusive of everything, from furniture to a water tank. Then the tractor cost me KSh 316,000 to build its shed. I bought the tractor at KSh 142,000.
I was not only doing housework. My employer was a lecturer at Baghdad University, as I told you. Towards the end of the term, she would come with the exam papers in six boxes and ask me to arrange them for her. After that, she would pay me KSh 142,000. She would do that like four times a year," she shared.
Asking loan of KSh 800,000
Akinyi built the house in 2020, adding the previous house in which her grandma and her children lived in was falling apart.
"When that house had fallen to the ground, I asked my employer to loan me KSh 800,000, and she accepted. So she gave me the money, and I started the building project as I worked to pay the loan. She gave me a waiver of about KSh 270,000. She has helped me," the Kakamega lady praised her boss.
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Mistreatment from Saudi Arabia boss
In a separate story, a Nairobi single mum recalled mistreatment from her Saudi boss, saying he impregnated her.
Selestine Musavakwa was treated well in her first 90 days at her new home in Saudi Arabia, where she worked as a house helper.
After her probation, her make boss suddenly changed, mistreating and being abusive towards her, making inhumane demands.
The single mum of two from Nairobi said at one point, she would drink toilet water which, in the long run, affected her liver.
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