Monday, August 7, 2017

“Mag-determine muna tayo kung sino ang next target.” Dela Rosa Assigning Chief Insp. Espinido On Another Drug Case!

“Mag-determine muna tayo kung sino ang next target.”
Those are strong words dropped by Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa when he wa asked if Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido will be re-assigned.
Where will be the next quarry and task of Espenido?
“I-validate muna natin bago natin siya ilipat,” Dela Rosa replied.

As stated by Dela Rosa, many local government units wanted Espenido as their police chief to solve the illegal drug problem.

“Marami nag-request na dun siya i-assign…but kelangan tapusin muna yung sa Ozamiz.”
Espenido is the Ozamiz City police chief who conduct the concurrent pre-dawn raids on the Parojinog’s compound, and the houses of daughter Vice Mayor Nova Echavez, and son Reynaldo, Jr. Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr. died in the raid, along with his wife, Susan, and 14 others. President Rodrigo Duterte recognize the late mayor as a drug lord.
However, Ozamiz City Vice Mayor Echaves and Reynaldo, Jr. will face investigation proceedings for their alleged involvement in Drug Syndicate. The Parojinog circle was reportedly a member of the civilian militia called Kuratong Baleleng.
Last 2016, Espenido was the police leader of Albuera, Leyte when Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. was gunned down inside his imprisonment cell in Baybay City. Espinosa was included in the list of drug lords submitted to President Duterte as part of the latter’s ongoing war on drugs.
Because of his attachment in Espinosa case, Espenido was relieved from his post as police chief in Albuera.

Due to his achievements, Espenido will receive a appreciation for his accomplishments in the anti-illegal drugs campaign.
“Hindi pa nangyari yung Ozamiz incident, kasama na si Espenido sa list of awardees for his accomplishments sa drug operations sa Albuera at Ozamiz. Significantly nag-drop ‘yung drug activities sa Ozamiz dahil sa kanyang pamumuno,” Dela Rosa clarified to the reporters.

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