Justice vowed for OFW slain in Kuwait

Migrant Workers Secretary Susan “Toots” Ople. File Photo

THE Department of Migrant Workers (DWM) has vowed justice for the overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who was slain in Kuwait.

Migrant Workers Secretary Susan “Toots” Ople said she has spoken with the family of Jullebee Ranara and extended the department's and her condolences.

The Kuwaiti media has reported that the burned remains of the 35-year-old Ranara were found in the desert Sunday night.

Ople said her agency is waiting for the official report on the incident from Kuwaiti authorities.

“The DMW is closely monitoring developments on this case alongside the DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs) in working with Kuwaiti authorities,” the official said in a statement on Monday.

“Secretary Ople and the entire DMW condemns this heinous crime and urges the Kuwaiti government to work on the early resolution of the case and its perpetrators brought to justice,” the statement said.

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