It’s too much, Another one gone: Hustlers Nabukeera Oliver Dies in Saudi Arabia

In March 2021, Nabukeera Oliver, a hustler from Bata village, Katwe parish, Katwe-Butego Subcounty, Masaka Municipality in Masaka District, ventured to Saudi Arabia to work as a maid through Osite logistics company in Ntinda. After a year of service, she made the difficult decision to escape from her employer, living as a runaway for almost two years.

Recently, Oliver fell ill and sought deportation from Riyadh. She hoped to receive medical treatment and return home for rest and recuperation.


However, her health deteriorated rapidly. Just one day after arriving at the deportation center, she was rushed to a nearby hospital by ambulance.

Tragically, it has been reported that Ms. Nabukeera Oliver, aged 27 and a mother of one, passed away a week ago.

Oliver’s story sheds light on the harsh realities faced by many migrant workers, particularly those who seek employment in foreign countries.

While the promise of better opportunities often lures them abroad, they frequently encounter exploitative working conditions and limited access to healthcare.

Her untimely death serves as a poignant reminder of the urgent need for improved protections and support systems for migrant workers, both at home and abroad.

As we mourn the loss of Nabukeera Oliver, we must also renew our commitment to fighting for the rights and well-being of all workers, regardless of their nationality or location.


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