Monday, May 2, 2016

Robin Padilla Warns Senator Antonio Trillanes IV To Follow The Rule of Law

By Alon Calinao Dy: Actor and Avid supporter of presidential frontrunner Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, Robin Padilla, felt bad about the allegations of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV against the tough-talking mayor that he has P211 million in his bank account. 

Robin Padilla arrived at Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) in Julia Vargas, Pasig City at around 6am on May 2. The actor said that he is here to defend Duterte against an accusation that has lack of supporting evidence by Trillanes. 

The actor also forgot to mention the name of Trillanes when he was interviewed by CNN Philippines. Viewers could see that the used to be a BAD BOY was really pissed off since Trillanes has no guts to sign a sworn statement or affidavit to prove his allegations against Mayor Duterte. 

Since the camp of Trillanes came late, Padilla said that he would withdraw his money in the BPI because he could not imagine that anyone could hack your bank account number. The loss of confidence among BPI depositors is a big factor why its clients threaten to close their accounts. 

The BPI management remained to their stance that Trillanes' documents were not authenticated documents. The bank also said that it has not breached client confidentiality after conducting their internal investigation.

Padilla believed that this move of Trillanes was a clear evidence to destroy the good image of Mayor Duterte. He told the senator to respect and obey the rule of law, meaning no one is above the law. 

Too early to tell, but the controversial Davao City Mayor is now the top choice of Filipino voters including various surveys from different organizations who has a big possibility to win in the Philippines 2016 election. 

Duterte challenged and urged his opponents to open their bank accounts in order to show to all Filipinos, especially to those undecided voters, who is a right, true and honest leader to lead this country.

No comments:

Post a Comment