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INQToday: Senate panel insists on issuance of arrest order vs Quiboloy

/ 07:21 PM March 18, 2024

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

Marcos vows swift justice for slain soldiers in Maguindanao del Sur

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Monday vowed swift justice for four soldiers who died in an ambush in Maguindanao del Sur.


The soldiers were killed by suspected members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Datu Hoffer Ampatuan on Sunday.


Senate panel insists on issuance of arrest order vs Quiboloy

The Senate Committee on Women has junked Apollo Quiboloy’s appeal to “recall” and “set aside” the show cause order and subpoenas issued to him in connection with the allegations being hurled at him.

Instead, the committee on Monday pressed for the issuance of an arrest order against the religious leader.

Solons warn VP Sara: Joining anti-admin rallies may send wrong signals

Vice President Sara Duterte has been warned that her attendance at the prayer rallies — where the administration and the First Lady herself were attacked verbally — may send wrong signals, considering that she is still part of the cabinet.

House Deputy Speaker David Suarez and 1-Rider party-list Representative Ramon Rodrigo Gutierrez on Monday said that while Duterte has the right to her free speech, attendance to prayer rallies organized to support Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) founder Apollo Quiboloy may be misconstrued.

DOTr’s Bautista: No Naia terminal fee hike until ‘notable’ upgrades

Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista on Monday said the passenger service charge or terminal fees at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) would not increase until improvement is noticed.

Bautista believes it would take around one to two years before upgrades are seen at the country’s main international gateway.


PNP: No foul play in death of Bucor exec linked to Percy Lapid’s slay

Philippine National Police (PNP) has ruled out foul play on the death of former Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) official Ricardo Zulueta, a respondent in the Percy Lapid murder case.

When asked if there is no foul play in relation to his death, PNP spokesperson Colonel Jean Fajardo answered: “Yes.”

PNP has 4 persons of interest in deaths of a Japanese, her mother in Quezon

Police are eyeing four ‘persons of interest’ (POIs) possibly linked to the death of a Japanese and her Filipina mother.

Their remains were found buried near the residence of the latter’s sister in Tayabas city last March 14.

Price of diesel down 10¢, gasoline up 10¢

Local oil companies announced mixed adjustments in the prices of petroleum products effective Tuesday March 19.

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In separate advisories, these companies announced a rollback of 10 centavos per liter for diesel and an increase of 10 centavos per liter for gasoline.

TAGS: Apollo Quiboloy, Bongbong Marcos, Bucor, fuel crisis, Jaime Bautista, NAIA, Percy Lapid, Risa Hontiveros, Rodrigo Duterte, Sara Duterte, Senate panel

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