Overseas Filipino Worker Died in Kuwait: Family Members Cannot Be Contacted

They have no contact with her immediate family. [Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]
They have no contact with her immediate family. [Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]

Our family members want the best for us that is why they are willing to sacrifice their comfort and live away from their loved ones just to put food on the table and send children or siblings to good schools.

Some of them would not come home during anniversaries, birthdays, and even the holidays since their employers didn’t allow them to or they want to save more money instead of going back to their families for Christmas or New Year.

However, some of them might not be able to totally come back to their family since their lives ended in the foreign country. One of this is Fe Avila Panotes, who, unfortunately, lost her life in Kuwait.

[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]
[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]

No Contact with the Family

In a post from Kababayan in Kuwait, Fe Avila Panotes died in Adan Hospital in Kuwait last December 1, 2017. However, they do not have contact with her family back in the Philippines.

The only details that they have is the OFW’s State of Kuwait Civil ID Card. Other details such as her former employer, her family, and even the reason why she died were still unknown.

[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]
[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]

Possible Lead

A Facebook user named Anna Jen Acdog Suam said that she knows Panotes since they were together in the hospital when they were admitted.

According to her, Panotes said that her parents already died and she doesn’t have contact with her sibling in the Philippines. She also doesn’t have a husband in the country and the reason she’s not coming home is that she doesn’t know where her other relatives are.

There are also others who mentioned that they know Panotes personally and interacted with her while she is still working in Kuwait.

[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]
[Image Credit: Kababayan in Kuwait]

Hopefully, her relatives will be contacted so she can rest in peace in the Philippines. Let’s continue to share this post until it reaches her family.

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