Amalilio to arrive in Manila Friday night – NBI

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MANILA, Philippines—Aman Futures Group founder Manuel Amalilio will be arriving the country Friday evening via Cebu Pacific, the National Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.

Amalilio, escorted by four members of the NBI, will leave Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia at around 5:50 p.m. via Cebu Pacific and will be arriving in Manila at 7:45p.m.

Amalilio was arrested Tuesday by Malaysian Immigration officers for carrying fake Malaysian passport and identification card.

Amalilio and several officials of Aman Futures have been facing syndicated estafa cases in Pagadian.

Aman Futures have been facing several complaints for defrauding some P15,000 investors in Visayas and Mindanao for an estimated amount of P12 billion.

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