On a recent episode of Aksyon, a rescue operation was conducted for two young girls who was brought by their father to Cotabato. According to their mother, Isidra--a lady guard, the eldest was 14 years old and the youngest was 12 years old. A sibling of the father was the one taking care of the two girls as the father already passed away.
According to Raffy Tulfo, Isidra should already have the rights for her daughters, but she said the guardian refused to give her daughters back to her. The uncle of her daughters won’t give them back and did not care if she filed a complaint. She was told he would not surrender them until they reached 20 years old.
During the show, Tulfo spoke with the uncle, Noli Gataman. He explained that the custody of the children should be with the next of kin which is the biological mother. He also said Gataman would be facing legal case if he still refused to give the children back.
MSWD Head Rowena Flores of Midsayap, North Cotabato confirmed that initial assessment with Gataman and mentioned that they will go back there to get the kids. Along with the staff of Aksyon and PNP, Isidra went to Midsayap, North Cotabato to join the rescue operation. She was finally reunited with her daughters after ten long years.
Tears of joy flooded when Isidra introduced her lovely daughters, Angela and Riza. She said their previous guardian were letting her children work at a young age. The youngest, Riza, had a scar on her head as she was hit with an axe by her step mother.
Raffy Tulfo assured the children that they were already safe under the supervision of their biological mother and the staff of Aksyon.
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