Zarina returns to family after missing for 2 years
Posted on June 23, 2012, Saturday
SEPANG: After going missing for two years, Zarina Othman, 47, who ended up in a mental hospital in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, was re-united with her family in an emotional homecoming here yesterday.
Accompanied by her sister Zaiton Othman, 50, and 1Malaysia Supporters Club (KP1M) President Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, Zarina, was met by her mother, Maimunah Shahbudin, 73, at the arrival hall of the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal here .
“Where are my children? Let’s get back to our hometown,” was the first thing she said to her mother in the meaningful return, organised by KP1M and the Malaysian Consulate in Medan, Indonesia.
“I am very happy,” said the mother of two daughters in their 20s.
Meanwhile, her sister, Zaiton expressed her gratitute to the Malaysian and Indonesian governments, KP1M and the Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra) for their assistance in bringing Zarina home. — Bernama