One year later: Diana Chepkemoi was converted from Saudi Arabian slavery.
Chepkemoi, the second child in her family, dropped out of Meru University of Science and Technology in 2018 in search of greener pastures in Saudi Arabia.
Chepkemoi opened up about the ordeal that she encountered in her search for the best life last September, saying that by the time she decided to share her photos, she had been subjected to mental torture, overwork, starvation and had been denied medical care.
Sharing her photos, in her opinion, was the only way to save herself and get help from home. It worked for her and she was able to return safely to her home in Kenya.
A year later, a healthy, happy and youthful Chepkemoi captioned one of her photos on her Instagram, “Happy days are back.”
Early In an October 2022 on her Instagram post, she paid tribute to those who held her hand during those hard time, saying and I quote, “Rosemary and Kevin lift me out of the dark depths of depression and self-loathing. she said. She kept reminding me that we win with our hearts first. Without her, I would not have had the courage or the strength to speak out. ” end of quote