150 Filipinos granted exit from Saudi, to arrive in PH Monday

By: - Correspondent / @inqmindanao
/ 03:50 PM April 16, 2017

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DOHA — A total of 150 Filipinos, 14 of them children, had been granted exit from Saudi Arabia under the government’s repatriation program.



Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the repatriated Filipinos were expected to arrive in Manila before dawn Monday, in time for President Rodrigo Duterte’s arrival there from here.



Bello said the repatriated Filipinos were considered undocumented and had been granted amnesty by Saudi Arabia. JE

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