After the profitable anti-drug raid in opposition to the Parojinog clan carried out by the members of Philippine National Police (PNP) and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) led by Ozamiz Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido, the cop who additionally nabbed the previous Albuera Leyte Mayor Espinosa rapidly grew to become an web sensation.
The netizen even requested the federal government to switch Espinido to one other drug infested metropolis and destroy the opposite doable narco politicians.
Most of the netizen believed that Espenido have to be assigned to Iloilo the place the 2 mayors, Jed Mabilog of IloIlo City and Sigfredo Betita of Carles have been additionally included within the drug checklist of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Because of the favored demand, RMN Iloilo, a native radio information community requested PNP Director General chief Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa when would he assign Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido to Iloilo.
But the PNP Chief solely laughed to the question of RMN Iloilo and he nonetheless not sure if he’s going to give one other task to Espenido.
He additionally confirmed that many Local Government Units (LGU’S) additionally requested him to assign Espenido of their place to resolve the unlawful drug drawback of their place.
Bato admitted that he assigned Espenido in Ozamiz City as a result of he believed that the Chief Inspector is competent to resolve the intensive drawback of unlawful medication within the stated metropolis and face the alleged narco-politicians who can’t be stopped simply.
Espenido grew to become controversial after the previous Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. that he nabbed was killed by the members of CIDG led by Supt. Marvin Marcos.
But regardless of of the controversies that he confronted, many locals from Leyte stated that Espenido was a ‘good cop’ and nabbed many criminals throughout his time within the stated province.
He additionally shared that he didn’t took a depart of absence in his 21 years of service as chief of police. But his 90-day suspension made him to spend a three months of trip.