Accounts on “True Narcolist” Video Do Not Exist, Bank Reveals
The bank mentioned on the controversial “True Narcolist” video revealed that the accounts reported in the video do not really exist.
Over the past few weeks, the “True Narcolist” video has been one of the most controversial topics on social media.
The “True Narcolist” video shows an anonymous man a.k.a “Bikoy” accusing the people close to President Rodrigo Duterte related to illegal drugs.
The controversial video also shows several bank accounts allegedly used in facilitating transactions involving drug money.
Bikoy accused Presidential Son Paolo Duterte, former Special Assistant to President Christopher “Bong” Go, and presidential son-in-law Manases Carpio as members of a drug syndicate.
Bong Go has also disproved the allegations by showing his tattoo-free back in front of the Philippine media.
The fourth part of the True Narcolist video shows the alleged list of Carpio’s bank accounts and documents with the logo of RGBI.
Recently, the Rural Bank of Guinobatan, Inc. (RBGI) denied the existence of bank accounts named in the video.
“This allegation implicating RBGI is not only downright false but also preposterous, RBGI’s corporate values do not in any way tolerate doubtful transactions nor will it allow its facilities to be used in unscrupulous bank transactions that will not only besmirch our reputation but erode the trust and confidence of our valued clients,” the bank management said.
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