Kuwait has put a stop to hiring of domestic workers from 25 African countries with Ghana inclusive.
From a list published by the Interior Ministry’ General Directorate of Residency, Kuwait news outlet “Mubasher” reported.
Three years ago, the interior ministry had reportedly announced the execution of a minimum wage for household helpers including nannies and babysitters, cooks, etc a sum of KD 60($198.54) a month.
The ban was initially for workers from Liberia and Eritea but it has now affected 25 countries.
Countries banned were Madagascar,Djibouti, Malawi, Cameroun, The Gambia, DR Congo, Burundi, Niger, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda, Sengal, Kenya, Sierra Leone and Chad,