Adobong Mani: an OFW’s story of survival and success (Emmanuel Rabulan)


This blog caught the attention of a OFWs event organizers in the Philippines. The blogger and the person in the story are nominees for the following categories – Emmanuel Rabulan(OBRA) and Weng (Outstanding Filipino Blogger). Indeed, big surprises come in small packages. To the Almighty Father be the glory.

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This blog caught the attention of an OFW’s event organizer in the Philippines. The blogger and the person in the story are awardees for the following categories – Emmanuel Rabulan(OBRA)  and Weng (Outstanding Filipino Blogger). Indeed, big surprises come in small packages. To the Almighty Father be the glory.

“Adobong mani po Kabayan, 5 riyals tatlong supot po, bili na kayo”

     Al Batha market is frequented by Indians, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans and the Filipinos  thus, you can see grocery stores offering Filipino consumables from food to beauty products made in the Philippines.  Thursday and Friday are the busiest days in Al Batha market, so expect crowds of Filipinos and other nationals during these days at the CFC side of Batha (which they call Philippine market) from restaurants, groceries,electronics, bazaars and banks.

A handful of Kababayans (male only) is selling roasted peanut in Al Batha market.  Let’s meet one of our Kababayan and his success story after defeating life’s difficulties.

       Born in Victoria, Oriental…

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