Remains of slain OFW Jullebee Ranara now in PH
UPDATED MANILA, Philippines — The remains of Jullebee Ranara, the slain overseas Filipino worker in Kuwait, arrived in the country on Friday.
Flight EK 334, carrying Ranara’s remains, landed at PAIR PAGS Cargo in Pasay City at 9:40 p.m., according to the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW).
The remains of Ranara will be autopsied anew, which will be conducted by the National Bureau of Investigation, DMW Secretary Susan Ople said.
Citing an autopsy report conducted in Gulf state, Kuwaiti media said that Ranara was raped and impregnated.
Ranara, a 35-year-old household service worker, was murdered by the 17-year-old son of her employer.
Her body was burned and abandoned in a desert in the host country.
According to Ople, the wake of Ranara will start on Sunday, January 29.
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