Making his way to Manila, family man and my wife’s brother-in-law, Joland Besana is free at last. Let us all take the time to celebrate his return.
“Although they provided us food, the sound of the cocking guns and sight of them being pointed at us was a horrifying experience. Those were torturous and painful days that we’ll not forget very soon.”
“I could not imagine dying without seeing my children. I used to hear of hijacks, but had never experienced it. But I kept praying we all get home safely. When they captured us, they demanded our mobile phones and money.”
“I hid my wedding ring, but started wearing it only after the pirates started being friendly, but they took it days before we were released.”