Another OFW in Kuwait is Missing Since 2015; Family is Crying for Help After an OFW Was Found in a Freezer

The missing OFW last contacted her family in 2015. [Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]
The missing OFW last contacted her family in 2015. [Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]

After the lifeless body of Joanna Daniela Demafelis, an OFW working as a domestic helper in Kuwait, was found in a freezer and was frozen for years, her family is now seeking for justice. With the Philippine and Kuwait government as well as the Interpol now looking and searching for the Lebanese suspect, will Demafelis and her family get the justice they truly deserve?

Because of the said news, another family is asking for help to recover their loved one.

[Image Credit: Google Maps]
[Image Credit: Google Maps]

Another Missing OFW

In a Facebook group named OFW Kami sa Gitnang Silangan – (Kapit Bisig), Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc asked help to find Rosalie Ingote Dolliente who started working in Kuwait since 2013.

According to Pomantoc, the last contact Dolliente’s family made with her was during the last day of Ramadan 2015. After that, they were not able to talk to her and see her at all.

With what happened to Demafelis, the family is now afraid that Dolliente is sharing the same fortune.

[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]

OFWs to Leave Kuwait in 72 Hours

Meanwhile, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the Labor secretary Silvestre Bello III to bring home distressed OFWs from Kuwait in 72 hours.

I have given the (Labor Secretary Silvestre) Bello 72 hours. Seventy-hours to go there and pick up the Filipinos na gustong umuwi (who want to go home)

[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Alyn Matusalem Pomantoc / Facebook]

The president also reiterated that with or without money, he will ask Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific to provide transportation. This statement was made after receiving reports of the OFW that was found in a freezer in Kuwait.

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