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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

UPDATE: OFW JAKATIA PAWA, EXECUTED. "WE DID EVERYTHING.."-DFA




An OFW in Kuwait is scheduled to be executed but her kins are never losing hope and appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to help the OFW because they believe that she is innocent.

Jakatia Pawa, an OFW in Kuwait was sentenced to death for the alleged murder of her employer's daughter. 
On January 19, 2010, the Court of Cassation (Kuwait’s Supreme Court) affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals sentencing Jakatia to death for killing the 22-year-old daughter of her Kuwaiti employer in 2007. The victim died of 28 stab wounds.
The 32-year-old Overseas Filipino Worker (0FW) had been working for her employer for five years prior to the incident.






Her  family  is appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to make a last hour attempt to save her life.

Lieutenant Colonel Gary Pawa said his sister Jakatia,  a domestic helper in Kuwait, told him in a phone call early Wednesday that her execution is scheduled on  Thursday as he told in an interview .

An OFW in Kuwait is scheduled to be executed tomorrow, January 26, 2017, but her kins are never losing hope and appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to help help the OFW because they believe that she is innocent.  Jakatia Pawa, an OFW in Kuwait was sentenced to death for the murder of her employer's daughter.  On January 19, 2010, the Court of Cassation (Kuwait’s Supreme Court) affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals sentencing Jakatia to death for killing the 22-year-old daughter of her Kuwaiti employer in 2007. The victim died of 28 stab wounds. The 32-year-old Overseas Filipino Worker (0FW) had been working for her employer for five years prior to the incident.      Her  family  is appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to make a last hour attempt to save her life.  Lieutenant Colonel Gary Pawa said his sister Jakatia,  a domestic helper in Kuwait, told him in a phone call early Wednesday that her execution is scheduled on  Thursday.     (We spoke earlier and she was saying goodbye, she said she would be executed tomorrow, there are three of them),” he told InterAksyon in a phone interview.  Pawa said his 42-year-old sister was crying on the phone.   (I was surprised when she called up today to say she would be executed tomorrow),” he said,   Two months ago, he visited his sister  and her lawyer spoke to him of positive developments that might pave the way for her freedom this year.     However, Pawa still believe that his sister is innocent and President can still do something to save her sister from execution.   (We appeal to President Duterte to talk to Kuwait [authorities] to save the life of my sister),” he said.  The Philippine government-hired lawyers to represent Jakatia has also sought the assistance of the King of Spain,  a friend of the Amir of Kuwait, to try and convince him to commute the sentence for humanitarian reasons.  Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo also wrote the Amir to spare Jakatia’s life. On her brothers phone conversation with Jakatia, the OFW bade goodbye  with a request to take good care of her kids.    A report by Maxxy Santiago, ABS-CBN Middle East News correspondent, said jail officials told Philippine Embassy officials about the execution scheduled at 7:30 Kuwait time (12:30 p.m. Manila time)   Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize DFA top officials meeting with Kuwaiti CDA to discuss last ditch efforts to save Jakatia Pawa. Let's pray for Pawa! 12:07 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  11 like  Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize Praying for a miracle that OFW Jakatia Pawa be spared from the gallows as she is set to be executed today along with 3 others in Kuwait. 12:04 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  22 likes   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

 (We spoke earlier and she was saying goodbye, she said she would be executed tomorrow, there are three of them),” he told InterAksyon in a phone interview.

Pawa said his 42-year-old sister was crying on the phone.

An OFW in Kuwait is scheduled to be executed tomorrow, January 26, 2017, but her kins are never losing hope and appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to help help the OFW because they believe that she is innocent.  Jakatia Pawa, an OFW in Kuwait was sentenced to death for the murder of her employer's daughter.  On January 19, 2010, the Court of Cassation (Kuwait’s Supreme Court) affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals sentencing Jakatia to death for killing the 22-year-old daughter of her Kuwaiti employer in 2007. The victim died of 28 stab wounds. The 32-year-old Overseas Filipino Worker (0FW) had been working for her employer for five years prior to the incident.      Her  family  is appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to make a last hour attempt to save her life.  Lieutenant Colonel Gary Pawa said his sister Jakatia,  a domestic helper in Kuwait, told him in a phone call early Wednesday that her execution is scheduled on  Thursday.     (We spoke earlier and she was saying goodbye, she said she would be executed tomorrow, there are three of them),” he told InterAksyon in a phone interview.  Pawa said his 42-year-old sister was crying on the phone.   (I was surprised when she called up today to say she would be executed tomorrow),” he said,   Two months ago, he visited his sister  and her lawyer spoke to him of positive developments that might pave the way for her freedom this year.     However, Pawa still believe that his sister is innocent and President can still do something to save her sister from execution.   (We appeal to President Duterte to talk to Kuwait [authorities] to save the life of my sister),” he said.  The Philippine government-hired lawyers to represent Jakatia has also sought the assistance of the King of Spain,  a friend of the Amir of Kuwait, to try and convince him to commute the sentence for humanitarian reasons.  Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo also wrote the Amir to spare Jakatia’s life. On her brothers phone conversation with Jakatia, the OFW bade goodbye  with a request to take good care of her kids.    A report by Maxxy Santiago, ABS-CBN Middle East News correspondent, said jail officials told Philippine Embassy officials about the execution scheduled at 7:30 Kuwait time (12:30 p.m. Manila time)   Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize DFA top officials meeting with Kuwaiti CDA to discuss last ditch efforts to save Jakatia Pawa. Let's pray for Pawa! 12:07 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  11 like  Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize Praying for a miracle that OFW Jakatia Pawa be spared from the gallows as she is set to be executed today along with 3 others in Kuwait. 12:04 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  22 likes   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

(I was surprised when she called up today to say she would be executed tomorrow),” he said,
  Two months ago, he visited his sister  and her lawyer spoke to him of positive developments that might pave the way for her freedom this year.




However, Pawa still believe that his sister is innocent and the  President can still do something to save his sister from execution.KIN OF OFW SCHEDULED FOR EXECUTION: "PRESIDENT DUTERTE, PLEASE HELP HER..."
 (We appeal to President Duterte to talk to Kuwait [authorities] to save the life of my sister),” he said.

The Philippine government-hired lawyers to represent Jakatia has also sought the assistance of the King of Spain,  a friend of the Amir of Kuwait, to try and convince him to commute the sentence for humanitarian reasons.

Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo also wrote the Amir to spare Jakatia’s life.

On her brothers phone conversation with Jakatia, the OFW bade goodbye  with a request to take good care of her kids.
An OFW in Kuwait is scheduled to be executed tomorrow, January 26, 2017, but her kins are never losing hope and appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to help help the OFW because they believe that she is innocent.  Jakatia Pawa, an OFW in Kuwait was sentenced to death for the murder of her employer's daughter.  On January 19, 2010, the Court of Cassation (Kuwait’s Supreme Court) affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals sentencing Jakatia to death for killing the 22-year-old daughter of her Kuwaiti employer in 2007. The victim died of 28 stab wounds. The 32-year-old Overseas Filipino Worker (0FW) had been working for her employer for five years prior to the incident.      Her  family  is appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte to make a last hour attempt to save her life.  Lieutenant Colonel Gary Pawa said his sister Jakatia,  a domestic helper in Kuwait, told him in a phone call early Wednesday that her execution is scheduled on  Thursday.     (We spoke earlier and she was saying goodbye, she said she would be executed tomorrow, there are three of them),” he told InterAksyon in a phone interview.  Pawa said his 42-year-old sister was crying on the phone.   (I was surprised when she called up today to say she would be executed tomorrow),” he said,   Two months ago, he visited his sister  and her lawyer spoke to him of positive developments that might pave the way for her freedom this year.     However, Pawa still believe that his sister is innocent and President can still do something to save her sister from execution.   (We appeal to President Duterte to talk to Kuwait [authorities] to save the life of my sister),” he said.  The Philippine government-hired lawyers to represent Jakatia has also sought the assistance of the King of Spain,  a friend of the Amir of Kuwait, to try and convince him to commute the sentence for humanitarian reasons.  Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo also wrote the Amir to spare Jakatia’s life. On her brothers phone conversation with Jakatia, the OFW bade goodbye  with a request to take good care of her kids.    A report by Maxxy Santiago, ABS-CBN Middle East News correspondent, said jail officials told Philippine Embassy officials about the execution scheduled at 7:30 Kuwait time (12:30 p.m. Manila time)   Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize DFA top officials meeting with Kuwaiti CDA to discuss last ditch efforts to save Jakatia Pawa. Let's pray for Pawa! 12:07 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  11 like  Follow Maxxy Santiago @maxxymize Praying for a miracle that OFW Jakatia Pawa be spared from the gallows as she is set to be executed today along with 3 others in Kuwait. 12:04 PM - 25 Jan 2017 · Pasay City, National Capital Region   Retweets  22 likes   ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


A report by Maxxy Santiago, ABS-CBN Middle East News correspondent, said jail officials told Philippine Embassy officials about the execution scheduled at 7:30 Kuwait time (12:30 p.m. Manila time)


DFA top officials meeting with Kuwaiti CDA to discuss last ditch efforts to save Jakatia Pawa. Let's pray for Pawa!

Praying for a miracle that OFW Jakatia Pawa be spared from the gallows as she is set to be executed today along with 3 others in Kuwait.





UPDATE:
Jakatia Pawa was already executed today January 25, 2017 at 10:19 AM Kuwait time, 3:19 Philippine time, according to the DFA.
The DFA said they they did everything to save the OFW from the execution and they had provided top lawyers but the family of the victim firmly refused to accept the blood money. The agency also said that they respect the Kuwait justice system. 







Jakatia Pawa's remains will be buried, as per Islamic rites, in Kuwait and DFA is coordinating to bring home at least the late OFW's belongings to her family in the Philippines.



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