- Kapuso comedian Super Tekla posted a video appealing to the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait to help investigate his sister's death.
- His sister is an OFW in the Middle East.
- He is not convinced that her sister committed suicide.
Romeo Librada who is best know as Super Tekla seeks probe on OFW sister’s death. His sister is an OFW in Kuwait and is found lifeless.
The Wowowin host in Kapuso GMA Network uploaded a live video feed on Facebook showing his appreciation those people who sympathized on what happened to his sister.
He is currently in Canada for his shows when he learned about the sad news.
"Sana po matulungan tayo ng Embassy na masilip po ang kaso ng kapatid ko para malaman po namin kung siya po ay pinatay o nagpakamatay," Librada said in a heartfelt video on Facebook.
In an article by GMA News Online, KAMI learned that the comedian said his sister was abused while working in Kuwait.
He hoped that the Embassy and our government could help investigate his sister's death.
"Ngayon po, kung siya naman po talaga ay nagpakamatay, tatanggapin po namin 'yan, pero please, kailangan po namin na matulungan kami ng ating Embassy at ng ating gobyerno para matingnan at mabigyan ng agarang aksyon ang pagkamatay ng kapatid ko sa Kuwait," Librada said.
"Matatanggap po namin kung talagang nagpakamatay siya. Wala naman po kaming magawa. Pero ho, sakali hong bigyan kami ng pagkakataon na masilip po ang sitwasyon po ng kapatid ko diyan sa Kuwait para po ma-prevent pa natin kung saka-sakaling may mga insidente pang mangyayari ulit sa mga kababayan natin na nag-iibang-bansa na inaabuso tapos pinapalabas nila na nagpakamatay."
He also urged the netizens to help him share the video to promote awareness on OFW abuse.
According to GMA News Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait will help in the investigation.
The unconfirmed suicide was announced by a concerned citizen named Anthony Legaspi.
In a Facebook post, the netizen said that the woman grabbed a rope and locked herself inside the room.
He even revealed that the policemen were the one who cut the rope from her neck.
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