Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

At the Qatar World Cup stadium, a worker falls and dies

A worker at the Qatar World Cup stadium perishes after falling.

According to World Cup officials, a security man lost his life after falling at a stadium in Qatar. According to the Supreme Committee, John Njau Kibue was injured on Saturday at Lusail Stadium.

He was rushed to the hospital and placed in intensive care, but he passed away on Tuesday, according to a statement from the organizers. Most of the migrant laborers employed by stadium security are from Kenya and other African countries.

The nationality of Kibue was not specified by the Supreme Committee. The committee said that his family was notified and that the organizers “are urgently investigating the circumstances leading to the fall.”

On Saturday, there was no game played at Lusail Stadium. On Sunday, the location will play host to the final between Argentina and the victor of the France-Morocco semifinal. Since being chosen to host the World Cup this year, Qatar has faced intense criticism regarding the working conditions of the over 2 million migrants who reside there and work in a variety of jobs, including those in the service sector and the construction industry.

Despite Qatar’s reforms, rights organizations claim that workers still endure dangerous working conditions, including extreme heat that has resulted in deaths, as well as employer exploitation.

Qatari officials claim that as a result of the revisions, stricter rules regarding working conditions have been implemented.

They claim that over the past ten years, 37 other stadium workers died outside of the workplace, and three workers perished in workplace accidents related to the building of new stadiums for the World Cup. They contend that the stadium accident rates are on par with those of other places in the world.

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