48 Filipino victims of human trafficking in Abu Dhabi to arrive home, Friday

Forty-eight (48) overseas Filipino workers are set to arrive in the country from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

The OFWs hold visit visas and have been victims of human trafficking in Abu Dhabi.

Through the Philippine government’s repatriation program, their documents were processed for them to be able to come home to the Philippines.

Philippine Ambassador to UAE Constancio Vingno Junior said they are taking all the necessary measures to help these OFWs, adding a number of Filipinos are being accommodated in the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi.

“We can only accommodate so much here, and it’s not a healthy environment if at any more time we had 200 people here. We have so little space that’s why we are trying our best repatriate on a weekly basis,” Ambassador Vingno said.

The new batch of repatriated OFW’s is expected to arrive in the country Friday morning. – UNTV News & Rescue

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