SENATOR Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go during an ambush interview said that the President will make public the list of “ninja cops” involved in the recycling of confiscated illegal drugs when he returns from an official visit to Russia.
“Nag-usap po kami ng Pangulo at plano niyang basahin ito at ipaalam sa publiko pagbalik mula sa biyahe niya sa Russia. Bina-validate lang niya at meron pa siyang sinisilip, talagang sinisilip niyang mabuti kung involved ba itong mga ito,” he said.
Go told reporters that the President already asked that the list be cross-validated.
“Kino-consolidate po muna namin ’yung mga listahan, ’yung mga reports po mula sa iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno—PDEA, sa intelligence community—pinapa-cross validation po ni Pangulo ang lahat ng mga ’yan,” the senator said.
He also mentioned that the President has set the rewards for the arrest of the erring cops. “Nabanggit rin po niya na nandiyan na rin po ’yung reward na kaniyang sinabi noon.”
On Saturday, the senator took time to extend financial and relief assistance to families and individuals whose houses were razed by a fire that recently hit Brgy. Tangos North, Navotas.
Accompanying Go to provide government assistance to the victims were representatives from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), National Housing Authority (NHA) and the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP).
Aside from relief assistance provided by his office, Go said that he will also take care of the school supplies and uniforms of the affected children so that they can go back to school immediately.
“Kakausapin ko ang NHA kung may maibibigay ba silang relocation site. Magbibigay din po ng tulong sa inyo ang ibang mga ahensya ng gobyerno, gaya ng PAGCOR at PCSO,” he said.
Sharing why he continues to go around the country, visiting victims of fires and other disasters, Go said that he cannot bear to just sit down in his Senate office.
“Hangad ko po na mabigyan ng agarang solusyon ang inyong mga problema,” he said.