Four Kenyans based in Qatar perished in a grisly road accident while heading to work on the evening of Wednesday, September 1.
Multiple international news outlets that covered the news reported that the four guards were part of a team which was headed to work when the accident occurred in the Middle East nation.
Others involved in the crash were Nepalese nationals as well as two Ugandans.
The accident is reported to have happened when a car rammed into the bus they were travelling in.
The bus they were travelling in, reportedly belongs to the European Guard Company that was handling the migrant workers.
Reports indicate that a car rammed into the bus while on transit resulting into the grisly accident.
A clip of the scene of the accident seen by this writer showed a mangled up bus with extensive damage on the side while the car in question was completely destroyed.
Firefighters responded swiftly, rushing to the scene and attempted to save the lives of the victims.
The Middle East nation is a popular destination for Kenyan migrant workers who find greener pastures in the oil-rich gulf.
Their exploits are however often accompanied by tales of suffereing, harassment, mistreatment and forced labour with some ending up in death.
Some have however had a wonderful experience in the oil-rich region.
This comes just days after a Kenyan nurse was found dead inside her car at a parking lot in Dallas, Texas, in the United States on Saturday, August 21.
Reports indicated that Beatrice Danielle Dagosi Ogutu passed away under mysterious circumstances.
CCTV footage recovered from the parking lot captured Ogutu straining to walk towards her car.
She was also spotted struggling with the car which appeared to have had mechanical issues.
Security officers at the lot were reported to have approached to assist her. However, she turned down their offer, insisting that she had reached out to a friend who was rushing to her aid.
Eyewitnesses who found her dead reported that they were passing by but were attracted to the car owing to her seating position.