Proof that De Lima's Contractual Employee Amass P24 Million in Just Two Months Went Viral Online


The former Secretary of the Department of Justice Sen. Leila De Lima is in hot water anew as she made headlines on various news outlet showing proof that one of her contractual employee amassed millions of pesos while working under her in just a span of two months.


Sec. De Lima's former staff who was identified as "Edna "Bogs" Obuyes, one of the two clerks under the Office of the Department of Justice during the Aquino administration was interrogated by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

According to various documents and evidences gathered by the NBI, the contractual staff of Sec. De Lima appeared to have become an instant millionaire in 2014 even though the said employee was not a regular DOJ employee.

Documents obtained by The STAR from the DOJ source also showed that a total of P24 million in cash was deposited in a bank account under the name of Bogs C. Obuyes in March and April 2014.


Based on evidences gathered by the NBI, cash deposit slips showed that the alleged deposits were made on March 7, 2014 (P4.8 million), March 21, 2014 (P7.2 million), April 4, 2014 (P2.6 million), April 18, 2014 (P4.8 million) and April 24, 2014 (P4.6 million).

The evidences gathered by the NBI and was posted by The Star on their viral news article is part of the ongoing fact-finding investigation on the alleged involvement of Sen. De Lima in narcotics operations of convicts inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP).

Proof that De Lima's Contractual Employee Amass P24 Million in Just Two Months Went Viral Online Proof that De Lima's Contractual Employee Amass P24 Million in Just Two Months Went Viral Online Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 9/02/2016 Rating: 5

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