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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Robber Attacked OFW In Saudi Arabia

Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) work overseas for a better income but sometimes, untoward incidents are inevitable. An OFW in Saudi Arabia had been a victim of an armed robber taking the company money as well as his own cash which is allocated for his dialysis treatment.

Overseas Filipino workers work overseas for a better income but sometimes, untoward incidents are inevitable. An OFW in Saudi Arabia had been a victim of an armed robber taking the company money as well as his own cash which is allocated for his dialysis treatment.       Ads  Michael Arsolacia, the OFW was working inside their office in Saudi Arabia when a man disguised as a Saudi national entered their office posing as complaining about a certain employee of their office.   According to the statement of the OFW, the man approached him and grabbed a bag containing the shop's money Iqama and other valuables amounting to over SAR 2,000  including his own cash intended for his medication and hemodialysis treatment. The victim tried to recover the bag from the assailant but the man was holding a bladed weapon and threatened the victim using the said knife. The OFW tried to follow him but later retracted upon learning that the suspect was not alone.  Ads          Sponsored Links   The OFW victim is pleading for the Philippine government for help to locate and arrest the suspect. The Department of Foreign Affairs-OUMWA is summoning Arsolacia to their office in order to help him file the appropriate case against the suspect and to give him help as well.  labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III reminded the OFW's that should they have become a victim of any crimes, they should go immediately to the Philippine Overseas Labor Office or the consulate in their host country to seek help. He emphasized that these offices are there to help and protect them.

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Michael Arsolacia, the OFW was working inside their office in Saudi Arabia when a man disguised as a Saudi national entered their office posing as complaining about a certain employee of their office. 
According to the statement of the OFW, the man approached him and grabbed a bag containing the shop's money Iqama and other valuables amounting to over SAR 2,000  including his own cash intended for his medication and hemodialysis treatment. The victim tried to recover the bag from the assailant but the man was holding a bladed weapon and threatened the victim using the said knife. The OFW tried to follow him but later retracted upon learning that the suspect was not alone.
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The OFW victim is pleading for the Philippine government for help to locate and arrest the suspect. The Department of Foreign Affairs-OUMWA is summoning Arsolacia to their office in order to help him file the appropriate case against the suspect and to give him help as well.

labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III reminded the OFW's that should they have become a victim of any crimes, they should go immediately to the Philippine Overseas Labor Office or the consulate in their host country to seek help. He emphasized that these offices are there to help and protect them. 
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