This concerned netizen asks for help for an OFW in Kuwait.

A concerned Pinay recently asks for help on social for her fellow OFW in Kuwait. According to the post of Ruby Valdez on Facebook, she happened to be with an OFW in Mubarak Hospital who’s hoping to find help. Her name was Jorna Idno, a 32-year-old domestic helper for Zamboanga.

Because of her unfortunate plight, Valdez wanted to bring Idno with her but there’s a lot of camera inside the hospital and she is guarded by two Arabians.

On her post, she said:

Nakasabay ko po sya kanina sa Mubarak Hospital. Naawa po aq sa sitwasyon ni kabayan gusto ko sana isama sya kanina pero may mga camera ang hospital at bantay sarado din sya ng dalawang arabo knina.

The concerned netizen finds the timing to talk with the OFW and she learned that Idno badly wanted to go home. However, her employers didn’t allow her because it’s not yet the end of school of the children she’s taking care of.

Nakahanap lang ako ng pagkakataon kanina pero saglit lng, Gusto na nyang umuwi patapos na sya by 20 this month of Nov. Pero sinabihan dw ng amo na hindi pauwiin kasi hindi pa tapos ang school ng mga alaga nya.

Idno also shared that the reason why her face and eyes were swollen. She said that her head is in pain due to having no enough sleep because she didn’t have a room of her own.

Masakit daw masyado ang ulo nya, kaya yun siguro dahilan at namamaga ang mga mata at mukha. Kung saan saan lang daw sya natutulog dahil wlang sariling kwarto.

Ruby asked the helped of the netizens, hoping that this post will reach the family of Idno and received the help she badly needed at this point.

Sana makarating ito sa pamilya nya sa pinas. Please share and pray for kabayan sana gumaling sya sa sakit nya.


Nkasabay q po sya kanina x Mubarak Hospital. Naawa po aq x siwasyon ni kbayan gusto q sna isama sya kanina pro my mga…

Posted by Ruby Valdez on Saturday, November 9, 2019


The complete details of Idno’s address were also included in the post.

UPDATE: She’s OK now as per the below post.




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