City So­cial Wel­fare and Ser­vices Of­fice Chief Jessie Perez says the chil­dren of Lovely Jan Quiño will un­dergo stress de­brief­ing, be­cause they saw the killing

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The Man­daue City Gov­ern­ment will give P25,000 as burial as­sis­tance to the fam­ily of Lovely Jane Quiño, who was be­headed by her hus­band in Con­so­la­cion town.

City So­cial Wel­fare and Ser­vices (CSWS) Of­fice Chief Jessie Perez said that the City has pro­vided in-kind as­sis­tance to the fam­ily for the wake.

Quiño, 24, a res­i­dent of Barangay Alang-alang in Man­daue, was killed by her 27-year-old hus­band, Do­minic Pahugot, in­side their house in Barangay Tayud, Con­so­la­cion last Oct. 8.

Pahugot was later killed by the po­lice of­fi­cers af­ter he tried to at­tack them when they re­sponded to the in­ci­dent.

The CSWS sent a sack of rice, cof­fee and canned goods to Quiño’s wake in Alang-alang.

Perez said that CSWS will let the chil­dren of Quiño un­dergo a stress de­brief­ing as they saw how their mother was killed.

“If no one can take care of the chil­dren, they can be placed un­der CSWS’ cus­tody. We have a tem­po­rary shel­ter in the CSWS for or­phans,” said Perez.

Quiño and Pahugot have four chil­dren. Quiño had a nine-yearold son with a for­mer boyfriend. /

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