Sabah refugees arrive in Sulu

Karlos Manlupig

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The local DSWD is looking after them

MANILA, Philippines – At least 55 Filipinos from Sabah arrived in the town of Siasi, Sulu, Thursday evening, March 7. 

Of the 55, a total of 23 are males, 13 are females and 19 are children.

“They were served at Siasi [town] hall,” the Department of Social Welfare and Development -Siasi said. Two of them are presently confined in a hospital.

The local DSWD said most of the displaced families are from Sandakan, Sabah.

Two boats from Sabah are also on their way to Bongao, Tawi-Tawi. The boats are also carrying families from the Malaysian state. –

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