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INQToday: Marcos urges Quiboloy to address abuse allegations

/ 12:52 PM February 28, 2024

Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:

Marcos urges Quiboloy to address abuse allegations

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Wednesday urged controversial pastor Apollo Quiboloy to address the various allegations against him in Congress and Senate.

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In an ambush interview before his flight to Australia, Marcos urged Quiboloy that he should attend the hearings and present his side of the story.

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Marcos: Presence of Chinese warships in West Philippine Sea ‘worrisome’

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr, on Wednesday called the presence of Chinese warships in the West Philippine Sea worrisome, but the government will continue to defend maritime security.

The signal of Philippine vessels was allegedly jammed by China when they traveled in the West Philippine Sea.

VP Duterte explains withdrawal of Edsa anniversary message

Vice President Sara Duterte on Tuesday said her EDSA anniversary message was deleted to maintain consistency with the absence of such statements from her office since she was elected in 2022.

“I did not intend to issue a statement this year as I did not the previous year,” Duterte said in a statement.

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P125 per week discount for seniors’ grocery items takes effect in March

The proposed increase in the discounts given to grocery purchases of senior citizens and persons with disability (PWDs) will take effect before March ends.

House Speaker Ferdinand Martin Romualdez gave the timeframe in a statement on Wednesday.

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TAGS: Apollo Quiboloy, Bongbong Marcos, edsa anniversary, Martin Romualdez, Sara Duterte, senior citizen, senior citizen benefits, West Philippine Sea

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