The family left by Jakatia Pawa, the OFW executed by hanging in Kuwait yesterday, January 25, are in deep grief from the court's sudden decision.
44-year-old OFW Jakatia Pawa was a mother of two who later served as a domestic helper in Kuwait.
According to news released by Philippine Senator Cynthia Villar, she Jakatia has been sentenced to death after allegedly killing her employer's 22-year-old daughter by stabbing her repeatedly with a kitchen knife while she's asleep on May 14, 2007, in the al-Qurain district, south of Kuwait City.
Then-vice president Noli de Castro tried to appeal for her life in 2010 but failed to do so.
The OFW pleaded for her innocence until the moment she died on Wednesday.
Pawa's family admitted that they were shocked by the news of her execution when Jakatia herself called them in the morning to bid goodbye.
The two daughters orphaned by Pawa were aged 18 and 16. They're both offered scholarships by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA).
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