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Ricky Sereño Links Roxas, Drilon, Mabilog In Illegal Drug Operation In Negros

Ricky Sereño Accuses Sen. Drilon, Former DILG Sec. Roxas, and Iloilo City Mayor Mabilog As Involved In Illegal Drug Operation

RICKY SEREÑO – Known bagman of Beria Drug Group Ricky Sereño linked Senator Franklin Drilon, former Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas, and Iloilo City Mayor Jed Mabilog in illegal drug operations in Negros Occidental.

Based on a recent report in RMN, in the sixth affidavit signed by Sereño, he accused former DILG Sec. Roxas and Sen. Drilon of being connected to the late Melvin Odicta a.k.a Dragon. Odicta is a known drug personality.

According to the report, based on the affidavit signed by the known bagman, the former Senate President and the former DILG Secretary are the masterminds behind the illegal drugs entering the province of Negros Occidental through Iloilo City Mayor Jed Mabilog.

Based on the report, in the previous affidavits signed by Ricky Sereño, the known bagman of Beria Drug Group in Negros Occidental accused several high-ranking officials of the Philippine National Police in the province and in Bacolod City of being protectors of the operation of illegal drugs.

Ricky Sereño Implicates Roxas, Drilon, Mabilog

Photo Credits: Inquirer.Net | Politiko | Jed Patrick E. Mabilog’s Facebook Page

The report about the move of the known drug bagman to implicate three known personalities in the field of politics in illegal drug operations elicited various comments from netizens.

Netizen Marny Coronado Pera, in a comment to the report, mentioned the “domino effect”.

“Amo gani dan ang ginahambal bala nga may “domino effect” tumba na xa kundi madala gid ang iban tumba,” she wrote.

Netizen Kyleim De Asis wrote in a comment that Ricky Sereño won’t possibly say it right away if he does not know anything.

In a comment to the post, netizen Jennifer Palomo Debaja stated that Sereño just pinpoints anyone.

Netizen Albert Prince described him as “no credibility”.

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