Wed. Nov 20th, 2019
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OFW In Bahrain Dies After Alleged Suicide, Family Shouts Foul Play

An Overseas Pinay worker in Bahrain allegedly took her own life by jumping off the building, from where stays, the family believes otherwise.

In an interview with ABS-CBN News, the cousin of the victim stated her doubts about the death of her cousin in Bahrain, who allegedly jumped off the building and killed herself.

According to the cousin, the night the incident happened, they had an agreement with her cousin to meet, however her cousin had texted her saying that her neighbor, Abdullah is waiting for her downstairs. And when she called her cousin, she was shocked when the neighbor, Abdullah, was the one who answered the phone. And when she asked where her cousin is, she was informed that she fell from the building she’s staying, and the ambulance was already on its way.

Sabi nya si Abdullah to, sabi ko, “asan si ate Hana?”, sabi nya, “she’s falling down,” stated the cousin.

The cousin refused to believe that her cousin committed suicide, she insists that someone must have pushed her cousin, causing her to fall to her death. She also said, days before the incident, she noticed bruises from different parts of her cousin’s body. She saw a strangled mark on her neck and even notice that her lower abdomen is somewhat big.

“May napansin na kong kakaiba sa katawan nya. May pasa sya didto sa may braso nya, tapos parang may sakal sya sa leeg, tapos sa may tiyan nya po medyo lumaki po sya,” stated the cousin.

Philippine embassy

The Philippine embassy sends their condolences to the bereaved family, ensures that they are working hard on the case to reveal the truth. As of now, according to PHL Ambassador to Bahrain, Alfonso Ver, based on the Police report, they already have a suspect and is now in a process of filing a case against them.

“As of now ang aming balita is meron atang lalking ikinonekta na may kaugnayan sa kanila at because of that we let the normal process na kakasuhan na sila,” Alfonso Ver, PHL Ambassador to Bahrain stated.

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