The Overseas Filipino Worker in Saudi Arabia will be finally home after 2 years after surviving from an accidental electrucion in 2010. Alfredo Salmos a 52 year old native of Nueva Ecija was on the social networking site Facebook last month as his images posted by his friends.
His friends asking support and financial help for the medical maintenance of Salmos whose been unemployed after the accident. His body was electrocuted by nearly 14,000 electric volts while on duty. Vice Presidentand also the Presidentail adviser on OFW concerns said that delays of Salmos homecoming results from lack of final exit clearance from his employer and a police clearance in his involvement in a car accident 10 years ago.
The Department of Foreign Affairs, Philippine Consulate in Jeddah, Department of Labor and Employment and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, the vice president successfully negotiated with the Saudi government to grant Salmos’ exit. Binay also lauded Consul General Uriel Norman Garibay of the Philippine Consulate in Jeddah for locating Salmos’ employer and sponsor, and paving the way for his repatriation. He also extend his thanks to the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for assistance on granting the required papers.