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Monday, January 08, 2018

OFW In Saudi Arabia Arrived Home Dead


An OFW from Malapatan, Saranggani was supposed to be home from her work from Saudi Arabia on September 30 but her relatives was so worried that days has passed but she is not home yet. A few  months later, they received the lifeless remains of the OFW and the agency which deployed her said that she committed suicide.  Her relatives were skeptical that she would end her own life as she was so lively and excited to come home during their last chat.    Sponsored Links  The remains of Maricris Bongcaras Serato was received by her relatives last January 4 but contrary to what the agency had told them, her death certificate says that the cause of her death was cardiac arrest. The Philippine Embassy in Saudi Arabia had issued a request for the autopsy of the OFW's body to find out if there was a possible foul play regarding her death.  The PESO Office of Malapatan is also conducting an investigation on the agency that deployed her.  Marychie Salili, her sister said that on some of their conversations during their chats, the OFW mentioned that her employer was always telling her that he likes her because she was pretty and hardworking.  The family is appealing to President duterte for helping them achieve proper justice for the death of their loved one.   Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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An OFW from Malapatan, Saranggani was supposed to be home from her work from Saudi Arabia on September 30 but her relatives was so worried that days has passed but she is not home yet. A few  months later, they received the lifeless remains of the OFW and the agency which deployed her said that she committed suicide.
Her relatives were skeptical that she would end her own life as she was so lively and excited to come home during their last chat.

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The remains of Maricris Bongcaras Serato was received by her relatives last January 4 but contrary to what the agency had told them, her death certificate says that the cause of her death was cardiac arrest. The Philippine Embassy in Saudi Arabia had issued a request for the autopsy of the OFW's body to find out if there was a possible foul play regarding her death.
The PESO Office of Malapatan is also conducting an investigation on the agency that deployed her.
Marychie Salili, her sister said that on some of their conversations during their chats, the OFW mentioned that her employer was always telling her that he likes her because she was pretty and hardworking.
The family is appealing to President duterte for helping them achieve proper justice for the death of their loved one.
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