After every citizen of the country had been alarmed and the social media had been flooded by varied reactions from the people who were enraged with the death of Joanna Daniela Demafelis in Kuwait, another family of an OFW is seeking for help from the government.
According to Alyn MatusalemPomantoc from the Facebook group named OFW We are in the Middle East, a domestic helper named Rosalie IngoteDolliente who started to work in Kuwait in 2013 had not communicated with her family since 2015.
Rosalie’s family claimed that the last time they got in touched with her was during the last day of Ramadan 2015. After that, she never contacted them. With what happened to Joanna, they are now worried about Rosalie’s safety.
The family is now appealing to the government so they may find their loved-one with fears that what happened to Joanna may become the same fate to Rosalie.
Meanwhile, in previous reports, President Rodrigo Dutertealready orderedLabor secretary Silvestre Bello III to bring home the distressed OFWs from Kuwait within 72 hours.
The president also assured that local airlines such as Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific will provide free transportation to bring home the affected OFWs.
The statement was made after President Duterte became very angry when the news about the OFW who was found dead in a freezer in Kuwait shocked the entire nation.