A Sri Lankan man named Andrew Rohan, who had been unconscious for more than two months due to a blood clot in his brain, was sent back to Sri Lanka by a private company in Saudi Arabia where he worked. It is a specialty to be on a private jet.
A resident of Kadawatha, he had been working for a company called Gulf West in Saudi Arabia when he fell ill. He was hospitalized due to a sudden illness and the company had arranged for Rohan to be sent back to Sri Lanka following repeated requests from his relatives.
Accordingly, Gulf West took steps to repatriate the sick Sri Lankan worker at a cost of around Rs. 15 million with the help of a private jet. A special feature of the trip was the inclusion of a team of doctors and nurses.
Accordingly, the private jet carrying the Sri Lankan named Andrew Rohan arrived at the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake and he was admitted to a private hospital in Colombo for quarantine.
He is still undergoing medical treatment and doctors say that he will be able to fully recover after receiving the prescribed treatment.
Gulf West Company owner Iddris Mustapha and his team expressed their gratitude to Andrew Rohan for bringing Andrew Rohan back to Sri Lanka.