Marcos Jr. reappoints PPA General Manager Jay Santiago | Inquirer News

Marcos Jr. reappoints PPA General Manager Jay Santiago

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 07:43 PM October 25, 2022
President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has reappointed lawyer Jay Santiago as the general manager of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).

TEST Philippine Ports Authority General Manager Jay Santiago tests on Friday a demo machine of the electronic ticketing system for sea travel passengers at the port of Batangas City. —MARICAR CINCO / INQUIRER file photo

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has reappointed lawyer Jay Santiago as the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) general manager.

On Tuesday, the Office of the Press Secretary officer-in-charge, Usec. Cheloy Garafil, confirmed to INQUIRER.net Santiago’s reappointment.

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“Yes,” she said in a text message when asked to confirm Santiago’s reappointment.

However, Malacañang has yet to release Santiago’s appointment papers.

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Santiago served as the PPA general manager during the time of former President Rodrigo Duterte.

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