Indonesian Migrant Worker in Saudi Arabia Unpaid, Drank Tap Water
Tuesday, 08 March 2022 – 18:52 GMT+7
Rika admitted that she had not been paid for two months working in Saudi Arabia.
She said it was difficult for her to eat and drink, so she had to drink from tap water when she was thirsty.
Rika thanked the Sukabumi Police and press personnel who had helped her.
According to her, the agency she met before going to Saudi Arabia promised her a babysitting job. In reality, Rika was placed in a shelter and later hired as a household assistant, along with other unskilled laborers who were never given a salary. (ant/fat/mcr20/jpnn)
This news has been broadcast on JPNN.com with the title: Rika Oktaviani Tak Digaji dan Minum Air Keran di Arab Saudi, Duh!
An Indonesian migrant worker allegedly received unpleasant treatment while working in Saudi Arabia.
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