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Two barangay tanods summoned by NBI for questioning after allegedly posting warning against President Duterte

Two barangay tanods has been invited by the National Bureau of Investigation Region 7 of their workplace after they allegedly posted a warning message towards President Rodrigo Duterte.

The suspects had been recognized as Aldrin Cabigon and Renjel Fajardo, at present working as barangay public security officer in Barangay Ermita, Cebu City.

Fajardo and Cabigon photograph whereas holding weapons with a caption addressed to President Rodrigo Duterte and the Presidential Security Group (PSG) have gone viral on social media and anxious residents urged the authorities to hint them.

“May patong na ang ulo mo sa akin pag nakita kita,” the viral Facebook put up addressed to President Duterte and PSG reads.

Photo: Facebook

After being invited to the NBI workplace, the 2 defined that somebody used a faux Facebook account to put up the stated message to President Duterte.

According to them, the images uploaded on social media are their previous images.

They urged the folks to not decide them rapidly and insisted that they’re harmless.

NBI is already investigating in the event that they’re telling the reality.

Just a few days in the past, a instructor was additionally caught by the NBI for placing a bounty on President Duterte’s head.

Later on, the authorities constantly hunted down different people who allegedly posted threats towards the President.

PSG already warned the netizens to cautious of what they’re posting on the web particularly if it will endanger President Duterte’s security.

Several teams criticized the transfer of the regulation enforcers, saying that they need to prioritize the pandemic than tracing critics of President Duterte.


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