2 Governors, 2 Congressmen and 5 mayors next in PNP anti-drugs target list

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director Ronald Dela Rosa testifies during a senate hearing in Manila on September 15, 2016.
Rodrigo Duterte shot dead a justice department employee and ordered the murder of opponents, a former death squad member told parliament September 15, in explosive allegations against the Philippine president. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS

Two governors, two Congressmen and five mayors from the Visayas and Mindanao are now next targets of the Philippine National Police anti-drugs campaign, a deep source told Philippine Observer.

A big-time businessman based in Cebu is also being hunted down by a special force created by the PNP to run after big-time drug lords and heads of criminal syndicates.

Last year, Philippine president Rodrigo Roa Duterte exposed 130 names of people allegedly narcopoliticians. As of today, three high ranking government officials reportedly involved in drugs are dead.

Ozamis city mayor Reynaldo Parojinog, his wife, his brother and 11 other close associates are killed after using force against police operatives who conducted an early dawn raid reportedly to serve warrants of arrest issued against the family. Parojinog’s daughter, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Echavez and his younger brother Rey Jr are now being held by cops while their uncle, Ricardo, is still missing.


Read more: https://philobserver.com/2017/07/31/2-governors-2-congressmen-and-5-mayors-next-in-pnp-anti-drugs-target-list/


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