An official of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) has no record of a certain Zhijian Xu alias Jacky Co, the Chinese national tagged by Senator Panfilo Lacson as behind a multi-billion illegal drug shipment to the country.
Malacañang has advised the European parliamentarian deported from the Philippines to try blocking bombs in Syria as an expression of his socialist belief.
Aside from school mates, long-time friends and Davaoeños, President Rodrigo Duterte seems to prefer former military generals for government posts.
After five public hearings, Senate probers found nothing to indict Department of Justice (DOJ) Sec. Vitaliano Aguirre II in the P50 million Bureau of Immigration (BI) bribery scandal.
Senator Richard Gordon said has left it to Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II and Bureau of Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente whether to take a leave of absence until authorities have sorted out the P60 million bribery scandal involving fugitive Jack Lam, alleged jueteng lord Atong Ang, gaming consultant Wally Sombero and immigration officials.
Now that she has become the prime suspect, the employer of beheaded maid Richelle Sagang has been placed by authorities on the immigration lookout bulletin order (ILBO).
Senator Francis Escudero doesn’t believe Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre’s claim that he was clueless about the P50-million bribery involving his two fraternity brothers, former Bureau of Immigration associate commissioners Michael Robles and Al Argosino, considering their closeness to one another.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre has asked the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) to hand
Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Jaime Morente failed to hand over the missing P20 million bribe money to the Department of Justice (DOJ), saying it is already in the custody of the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation Detection Group (PNP-CIDG).
Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Jaime Morente has been given 24 hours to cough up the still-missing P20 million from the P50-million bribe that Chinese gambling lord Jack Lam gave to BI officials.
They may be accused of extorting P50 million from Macau-based casino tycoon Jack Lam, but Bureau of Immigration (BI) Deputy Commissioners Al Argosino and Mike Robles swear they are one with the anti-corruption campaign of President Rodrigo Duterte.