Grace Arnado and 2 OFWs Received grave threats and physically Abused by Employers - Saudi Arabia
Grace Arnado and 2 OFWs Received grave threats and physically Abused by Employers
Grace Arnado, Emelinda Vino, and Remigio Vino Jr. are currently facing grave threats from their employer in Saudi Arabia. According to Grace Arnado, they already brought their case to the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) however they didn't receive enough attention. Instead of getting protection from the authorities, the group of Grace continues to face harassments from their employer.
With the aid of the admins of "OFW Sa Buong Mundo! Saludo Ako Sayo",--as of posting--some concerned OFWs are giving out their best efforts to help our distressed kababayan.
Below is the picture of Grace showing her swollen thigh. The photo was taken on March 21, 2013. This is a clear evidence of their employer's violence and abusive treatment to them.
Employer's Information: Najla Abdulmajeed Uousef al Ghoul
Al Rekas National School
Al Faiha'a, Dammam 31441, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Grace and two of her friends want to be safe and free from further physical abuse of their employer ASAP and most of all they want to get back to the Philippines ALIVE.
Grace Arnado can be reached at +966yyyyyyyyy / +966yyyyyyyyy.
Update#1: Initial Action: Email sent to Ambassador Seneres and Information sent to Philippine mainstream news media for faster communication to the Philippine embassy in KSA
Update#2: Another communication sent via Facebook account of Ambassador Seneres
Update#3: Communication sent to Philippine embassy in Riyadh
Update#4: This case is now closed. We received a message from Grace that she is going home tomorrow and the other two OFWs will be moving into another employer. All contact numbers will be removed for the victims privacy.
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