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Saturday, June 01, 2019

Saudi Prince Sponsored OFW's Open Heart Surgery

An overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Saudi Arabia who badly needed an open heart surgery had it in a way he least expected, A Saudi Prince sponsored it.


An overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Saudi Arabia who badly needed an open heart surgery had it in a way he least expected, A Saudi Prince sponsored it.        Ads    Asir province Governor Prince Turki Bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud volunteered to pay all the medical expenses and airlift a Filipino worker who is set to undergo open-heart surgery operations in Saudi Arabia.  He contacted Philippine Ambassador Adnan Alonto through a phone call and told him that there is a Filipino, Ted, who is set to undergo an open-heart surgery but there is no facility available in Asir to undergo the said operation.       Alonto and Ted were both surprised when Prince Al Saud’s office said that they will shoulder all the expenses for the operation. Learning about it, even Ted cannot think of anything he did to deserve such a blessing.    Ads    Sponsored Links  Ted has been working in Saudi Arabia as a technician for 31 years now together with his wife who is working as a nurse.    According to Ambassador Alonto, Ted is now in a stable condition.    In his Twitter post, Alonto said that ‘miracles do happen’ and it’s always nice to share the good news that Saudi employers or nationals also care for Filipinos.

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Asir province Governor Prince Turki Bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud volunteered to pay all the medical expenses and airlift a Filipino worker who is set to undergo open-heart surgery operations in Saudi Arabia.  He contacted Philippine Ambassador Adnan Alonto through a phone call and told him that there is a Filipino, Ted, who is set to undergo an open-heart surgery but there is no facility available in Asir to undergo the said operation.

An overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Saudi Arabia who badly needed an open heart surgery had it in a way he least expected, A Saudi Prince sponsored it.        Ads    Asir province Governor Prince Turki Bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud volunteered to pay all the medical expenses and airlift a Filipino worker who is set to undergo open-heart surgery operations in Saudi Arabia.  He contacted Philippine Ambassador Adnan Alonto through a phone call and told him that there is a Filipino, Ted, who is set to undergo an open-heart surgery but there is no facility available in Asir to undergo the said operation.       Alonto and Ted were both surprised when Prince Al Saud’s office said that they will shoulder all the expenses for the operation. Learning about it, even Ted cannot think of anything he did to deserve such a blessing.    Ads    Sponsored Links  Ted has been working in Saudi Arabia as a technician for 31 years now together with his wife who is working as a nurse.    According to Ambassador Alonto, Ted is now in a stable condition.    In his Twitter post, Alonto said that ‘miracles do happen’ and it’s always nice to share the good news that Saudi employers or nationals also care for Filipinos.

Alonto and Ted were both surprised when Prince Al Saud’s office said that they will shoulder all the expenses for the operation. Learning about it, even Ted cannot think of anything he did to deserve such a blessing.


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Ted has been working in Saudi Arabia as a technician for 31 years now together with his wife who is working as a nurse for 34 years.

According to Ambassador Alonto, Ted is now in a stable condition as he waits for the surgery.

In his Twitter post, Alonto said that ‘miracles do happen’ and it’s always nice to share the good news that Saudi employers or nationals also care for Filipinos.
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