Domestic servant Diana Chepkemoi, who was stuck in Saudi Arabia, has been given the opportunity to finish her university education.
On September 7, 2022, Vice Chancellor Romanus Odhiambo of Meru University of Science and Technology stated that the university was in contact with Chepkemoi’s family.
“We thank everyone who contributed to telling her story and making sure she is in good hands. This demonstrates the strength of love and unity within our wonderful nation, according to Prof. Odhiambo.
On August 31, 2017, Ms. Chepkemoi, who returned on Tuesday, was admitted to the university to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Management.
In May 2019, her request to switch her major and choose the Bachelor of Education was approved.
However, she decided to postpone her education that year in order to look for work in a Middle Eastern nation because her family was unable to pay for college.
But Prof. Odhiambo insisted that the college is dedicated to seeing that she finishes her program.
“We warmly welcome Diana Chepkemoi, a member of the university community, back to finish her coursework. Her family has been notified of the help we will provide for her to successfully complete her education.
She will be enrolled in the work-study program, according to the college, which is intended to assist poor students in raising money for their education.
She will have a flexible schedule to work in the university library and study. Chepkemoi, Ms.