Family of Murdered Pinay in UAE Seeks Justice

The Philippine government will pursue justice for the death of a Filipino migrant worker in the United Arab Emirates, according to Malacañang on Monday (July 5).

Mary Anne Daynolo, an Abu Dhabi hotel receptionist, was just discovered dead after going missing last year.

Justice Sought by Family of Murdered Pinay in UAE
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Palace Vows to Get Justice for Slain Pinay OFW in UAE

“Ang pangako ng Presidente ay mabibigyan ng hustiya at katarungan ang pagkamatay ng ating kababayan na si Mary Anne Daynolo (The President vowed to get justice for the death of one of our compatriot, Mary Anne Daynolo),” said Palace spokesman Harry Roque in his briefing, ABS-CBN News reported.

“Ang ating pangako ay hindi tayo magkukulang sa pagbibigay ng kumbaga ay education sa ating kababayan kung ano dapat at hindi dapat gawin habang sila’y nasa abroad. Patuloy ang serbisyo kung sila ay maging biktima ng krimen (We guarantee that we won’t lack in educating other Filipinos as to whay they need to know and do when working abroad),” he added.

Over the weekend, Daynolo’s remains were returned to his family.

Roque informed the worker’s family that the government would cover the cost of her burial. Financial help would also be provided to the kin.

Daynolo was in the “advanced stage of decomposition” when she was discovered in January, according to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III.

He stated that Abu Dhabi police had apprehended a suspect who confessed to the murder of Daynolo.

Authorities are currently seeking two more people who assisted the suspect in burying the Filipina.

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