Pres. Duterte Wants Inquirer Owner to Join Sen. De Lima in Jail Cell for Alleged Economic Sabotage (Video)


Popular social media personality who is now based in the United States, Maharlika shared a very interesting video showing how Pres. Duterte lambasts Inquirer on his speech last August 16, 2017 in MalacaƱan Palace.


According to Pres. Duterte he wants the owner of Inquirer to be with Senator Leila De Lima who is now inside her jail cell in Camp Crame, because Inquirer allegedly committed an economic sabotage, this kind of case is non-bailable according to the President.

Watch the Video of Pres. Duterte Warning Inquirer Owner:



The former Mayor of Davao City was quoted as saying "50 years nakinabang kayo, then it expired no extension tapos you never paid government...and taxes, and then you collected dyan sa Mile Long.


The President added further that "Alam mo kung ano yan? pareho yan kay Mighty King mag fake ka ng stamps, that is economic sabotage," the President said. He also explained that "Pag yan ang finile ni Aguirre sa inyo pasok kayong lahat kasama kayo ni De Lima, no bail yan," Pres. Duterte stated.

Pres. Duterte also noted that he is no longer interested on the money trail of Mile Long Property owned by the national government but the rentals went to the company owned by Prieto family, who previously controls the majority of Inquirer's shares before it was sold to San Miguel's Ramon S. Ang.

The President noted that "Hindi na ako interesado sa pera na ninakaw mo, I'll be happy to see you there... sa Crame." Pres. Duterte said.

Source: Maharlika FB Page


Pres. Duterte Wants Inquirer Owner to Join Sen. De Lima in Jail Cell for Alleged Economic Sabotage (Video) Pres. Duterte Wants Inquirer Owner to Join Sen. De Lima in Jail Cell for Alleged Economic Sabotage (Video) Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 8/18/2017 Rating: 5

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