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Two Pinays bound for Dubai arrested for pretending to be employees of MIAA


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Two Filipinas who were bound for Dubai was recently arrested after pretending as employees of the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) to get past through the immigration officers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). 

According to Atty. Ruel Dugayon, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI)-International Airport Division chief, they were caught after entering towards a wrong entrance not intended for MIAA officers. 

It revealed that an operation assistant at the NAIA was working with the two Filipinos to evade the immigration process and allow their illegal departure without proper documents. 

The real employee of MIAA was charged with human trafficking while the two Filipinas were filed with falsification of public documents. 

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