Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon nonetheless enjoys the belief of President Rodrigo Duterte “as of the moment.”
Senate Majority Leader Tito Sotto on Wednesday burdened this level when requested whether or not the President nonetheless backs Faeldon, whom the Chief Executive referred to as to Malacanang on Tuesday afternoon for a gathering.
After assembly Faeldon, the President talked to Senate Minority Leader Frank Dilon in addition to Senators Sonny Angara, Chiz Escudero, Richard Gordon, Gringo Honasan, Ping Lacson, and Sotto to debate his precedence payments and the safety drawback in Mindanao.
Faeldon is in scorching water for his alleged failure to stop the smuggling of P6 billion value of shabu.
Asked whether or not the President nonetheless helps Faeldon, Sotto, in a radio interview, stated, “Sa ngayon. Nung mga bandang alas-5 (ng hapon) siguro matapos nilang mag usap.”
“Pero kasi nung bandang gabi na kami na ang kausap (ni Presidente) andun si Speaker (Pantaleon) Alvarez, si Majority Leader Rudy Farinas, and then on the side of the Senate si Senator Gordon, si Ping Lacson, Greg Honasan, ako, Sonny Angara, Chiz Escudero, Senator Drilon, iba na ang timpla (ni Presidente),” Sotto stated.
He added, “I mean tingin ko kasi marami nang kwento eh. Kung saan-saan na nakarating ‘yung pinag-usapan namin. Pahapyaw lang naman ung tungkol sa BoC (Bureau of Customs). Mas marami ‘yung agenda na pinag-usapan.”