Senator Antonio Trillanes IV insists that the P120 million advertisement deal between the Department of Tourism (DOT) and PTV-4 qualify as plunder and would pursue charges against the Tulfo siblings and some officials of the tourism bureau…
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV mocked media personality Erwin Tulfo for only being able to talk tough over his radio program, as he accused him and his two other siblings of committing plunder over the P120 million advertisement deal between…
A new campaign jingle for federalism, which may feature a rap verse and dance moves, would be finalized by Wednesday, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
President Rodrigo Duterte has made it clear that he remains friends with broadcaster Ramon “Mon” Tulfo despite the P120-million advertisement deal controversy involving his siblings, Ben and former Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo.
Even if the Senate Blue Ribbon committee does not conduct a probe on the allegedly anomalous P60 million advertisement deal between the Department of Tourism (DOT) and state television network PTV-4, Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto…
Broadcaster Mon Tulfo doesn't mind seeing two of his siblings in prison over the controversial P120-million contract signed by the Department of Tourism (DOT) with the state-run People's Television Network Inc. (PTNI) for airing its ads.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV wants the upper chamber to probe into the allegedly anomalous P647.11 million information drive conducted by the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) for the Association of Southeast Asian…
Broadcaster Mon Tulfo has scored his brother-in-law, Roberto “Bobby” Teo, for staying on in the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) even after his wife, Wanda, was appointed Tourism Secretary.
Broadcaster Mon Tulfo has broken his silence on the controversy his family is facing— despite President Rodrigo Duterte’s advice to keep mum about it.