Kuwaiti admits murder of pregnant Filipina runaway

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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 23: Philippines Migrant Workers Secretary Susan V Ople vowed justice for slain OFW Jullebee Ranara as she consoled her mother. She assured the slain OFW’s family back home in Metro Manila and promised that they will be provided with the support they may need, reports Philstar. Department of Migrant Workers of Philippines has called on Kuwaiti authorities for an early resolution of the case and to hold into account the perpetrator.

Philippines Migrant Workers Secretary Susan V Ople consoling family of slain Filipina Jullebee Ranaza (Department of Migrant Workers – Philippines Photo Twitter)

Earlier on Saturday morning a burnt body of a Jullebee Ranara (35 yrs) was found on Al- Salmi Road, whose skull had been smashed, the criminal security sector men at the Ministry of Interior managed to arrest the accused within 24 hrs, who turned out to be a Kuwaiti citizen (17 yrs) according to MOI twitter.

The source added that the accused, who was suspected according to the secret investigations by the CID men confessed to the incident during the investigations. However, the investigations are continuing to ascertain the motives of the crime.

The source also revealed that the examination and autopsy showed that Jullebee Ranara was pregnant, and samples have been matched with the accused. It was learned that the forensic evidence was able to remove the fingerprints of the deceased, and it was found that her nationality was Filipino and she had escaped from her sponsor, reports Al Rai. The source stated her sponsor has been informed. The Interior announced, its Public Relations and Security Media Department in less than 24 hours were able to solve the murder mystery whose burnt out corpse was found in Al- Salmi desert

In the past the Philippines has banned the deployment of its workers to Kuwait, which was lifted only after the Kuwait and Philippines signed an agreement to improve working conditions of Filipino workers in Kuwait.

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