1,000 Armas ng PNP (P52 Million), Ibinenta sa NPA noong Panahon ni Noynoy

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is now investigating the issue on how did the New People’s Army (NPA) get the firearms supposedly for the Philippine National Police (PNP) as ordered by President Rodrigo Duterte.
The issue was revealed in June 2014 by the Philippine National Police - Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) wherein, one thousand firearms worth P52 million were sold to the NPA terrorists between the years 2011 and 2013 under the management of Isidro Lazada.
“With this, we are confident that those individuals who are responsible for this felonious act will be held accountable,” Department of Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said.

According to the GMA News report, during the administration of former President Noynoy Aquino, there were lots of PNP officials involved on the said controversy, like retired PNP Directors Gil Meneses, Napoleon Estilles, former Chief Superintendents Tomas Rentoy III, Regino Catiis, former Senior Superintendents Eduardo Acierto and Allan Parreño.

Because of this, lots of netizens are expressing their anger and blaming PNoy for his failures during his administration.

Below are some of the commentaries:

Romi Nabas: "Maraming katarantaduhan talaga noong panahon ni noynoy mantakin mo naibibyahe ang mga armas ng npa mula manila hanggang sorsogon samantalang napakaraming checkpoint na dinadaanan (There were lots of anomalies happened during the administration of Noynoy. Of you’ll think of it, how did they manage to travel those firearms from Manila to Sorsogon, knowing that there are lots of checkpoint that they had passed.)"

John Abichuela: "Why the previous admin didn't take care of this inspite of the report that came out in 2014?"

Alain Opina: "Pnoy administration is so corrupt and even provided arms for the CPP-NPA."


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Source:  gmanetwork.com

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