PHILIPPINE National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group director, Major General Amador V. Corpus, yesterday said he has ordered the deployment of more CIDG agents across the country to help local territorial units investigate and address the presence of partisan armed groups and loose weapons that may be used to disrupt the holding of an orderly and peaceful national and local elections next Monday.
Kung ang magiging batayan lamang ng sasabihin ko ay ang mga balitang nababasa o mga naglalabasang propaganda, may tiyansa na mailigaw ka ng iyong mga sasabihin. At ang masama mong komento laban sa kanino man ay maaaring makasakit hindi man sa taong sinabihan mo, higit sa mga pamilya nito.
May 06, 2019
SA mistulang ‘Game of Throne’ na “labanan” ngayon sa Aduana, naniniwala tayong “hindi natutuwa” si Comm. Jagger Guerrero, dear readers.
AS I write this piece, all indications point to an impending victory in the May 13 senatorial race of retired General Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa and he will make history as the 2nd former Philippine National Police chief to become a Senator of the Republic next to the incorruptible Sen. Panfilo ‘Ping’ Lacson.
ALREADY on full alert, Philippine National Police agents are scouring for more loose weapons and members of Partisan Armed Groups in the country specifically in identified poll ‘hot spots’ ahead of next Monday’s national and local elections, the Journal Group learned yesterday.