Friday, August 11, 2017

Agot Isidro Was Upset About Ozamiz Police Chief Jovie Espenido’s Special Award!



Agot Isidro or Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro is the granddaughter of film producer Narciso Isidro. Her first taste of the klieglights was when she appeared as cover girl for a magazine at 18. She joins her sisters, who are back up singers for Sharon Cuneta, sometimes and that's where she got discovered and was asked to pinch-hit for then-pregnant Lara Melissa de Leon in Sa Linggo NAPO Sila. She continues to appear in TV guestings but has layed low ever since she got married to Manu Sandejas in 2000.

But aside from acting, Agot Isidro is also popular for expressing herself regarding political issues. Previously, the actress was involved in a controversy when she called President Rodrigo Duterte a “psychopath.”

Now, the personality once again releases her thoughts regarding the news that Ozamiz City Police Chief Jovie Espenido received the “Outstanding Performance in Anti-illegal Drug Operations” special award for what his role in the infamous Parojinog family raid.

In her Twitter account last August 7, Agot said:


Regardin to a report released by ABS-CBN, Espenido received the award during the 116th anniversary of the police service. The award was also given to the police chief by the President himself.





As you read Agot’s post, you’ll definitely sense how disappointed she is that the police chief was given an award for conducting the bloody raid. Despite accusation of definite irregularities, such as the CCTV cameras in the Parojinog residence being cut, Espenido has stated that the raid was legitimate and legal.

The raid cause the death of at least 16 people including Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr., his wife Susan, and siblings Octavio Jr. and Mona.






Aside from the president and police chief Espenido, Agot also recently lashed out on Twitter when she called Police Superintendent Marvin Marcos and PNP Chief Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa a bunch of #bozos.

She captioned her post on July 17 saying “Service. Honor. Justice.”

















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