INQToday: De Lima seeks full probe of raps vs 2 ex-DOJ chiefs
Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:
Former Sen. Leila de Lima on Sunday called for a “full investigation” of former Justice Secretaries Vitaliano Aguirre II and Menardo Guevarra after the Court of Appeals (CA) determined that the Ombudsman dismissed her criminal and administrative complaints against them without due process.
“The wheels of justice continue to turn,” De Lima said, herself a former justice secretary. “I expect the Ombudsman to now conduct a full investigation of both Aguirre and Guevarra or, at the very least, to require Guevarra to answer the administrative aspect of the case and defend his role in propping up criminal convicts as state witnesses even if they are disqualified from being granted immunity under the law.”
Fastfood Chinese restaurant Chowking has issued a statement on Sunday in response to the viral TikTok video showing one of its staff scouring the streets of Ecoland in Davao City to allegedly meet her quota for the day.
According to the uploader of the video, the staff is from Chowking SM Ecoland and is taking orders outside of the restaurant in an effort to grow the sales of the branch which was “going slow.”
Oil companies to hike prices of diesel, kerosene effective Nov. 28
After four straight weeks of rollbacks, oil companies announce an increase in the prices of diesel and kerosene effective Tuesday, Nov. 28.