As if the marriage woes of former Commission on Elections chairman Andres Bautista weren't complicated enough to handle, a team owner in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) has asked President Rodrigo Duterte to step into the feud…
Billionaire fugitive 1-Pacman partylist Representative Michael “Mikee” Romero may have to keep on hiding.
Looks like 1-PACMAN Party-list Rep. Mikee Romero has purposely checked out of his work as a congressman for fear that he might have to check in at a penal facility if he surfaces at the House of Representatives (HOR).
1-PACMAN Party-list Rep. Enrico Pineda, co-nominee of fugitive lawmaker Mikee Romero, basically said that the latter could do a Romeo Jaloslos--that is, to serve his term as congressman in jail--if he wanted to.
Embattled 1-PACMAN party-list Rep. Mikee Romero might find imprisonment more palatable than heed House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez's advice to him.
As expected, 1-PACMAN Party-list Rep. Mikee Romero was nowhere to be found at the House of Representatives (HOR) Monday, January 16 or the first session date for the year 2017.
A Quezon City court has barred bilyonaryo congressman Mikee Romero of 1-Pacman party-list from claiming ownership of the Harbour Centre Port Terminal Inc. owned by his father, Reghis Romero II.
The Manila Trial Court branch 11 has ordered the arrest of bilyonaryo congressman Mikee Romero of 1-Pacman party-list in connection with the criminal charges he is facing for allegedly stealing millions from his father’s company.
Were wealthy politikos Mikey Romero and Mikey Arroyo on President Rodrigo Duterte’s mind when he vowed to abolish the party-list system under a federal form of government?
The Supreme Court (SC) has denied the petition of 1-PACMAN partylist to secure a third seat
Billionaire Mikee Romero has begun asserting himself as a lawmaker even if his term as party-list representative has yet to start until June 30.
Though he is a billionaire, 1-Pacman party-list Mikee Romero believes the future of Philippine sports could be found in barangays where there out of school youths abound.