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Mon Tulfo gives brothers advice: Tone it down a bit


By Prince Golez

Special envoy to China Ramon Tulfo, also a columnist, advices his brothers to be more mindful of their language on television, print, and radio.

This, after Ramon’s younger brother, Erwin received backlash on his criticisms on Social Welfare Secretary Rolando Bautista, a former commanding general of the Philippine Army.

Asked if the his brothers should tone down their style of commentary, Ramon said: “Yes, a little bit. A little bit. Erwin went beyond bounds. Raffy has become very moderate. But, Ben should also tone down considerately.”

They host investigative and public service shows like “Wanted sa Radyo” and “Bitag.”

Interior Secretary Eduardo Año earlier ordered the pullout of all police security detail assigned to the Tulfo brothers and ACT-CIS Party-list Representative Jocelyn Tulfo, citing “standard protocol.”

The security personnel will undergo regular inspection, interview and debriefing, said Philippine National Police spokesman Col. Bernard Banac.

“The continuation of security detail will largely depend on the outcome of this regular review process and the revalidation of the level of threats against the protectees. This standard protocol applies to all authorized protectees, and not only to Erwin Tulfo,” he added.

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