In line with the arrest of the Abu Sayyaf members who survived the Bohol clash, President Rodrigo Duterte offered P1-Million reward to anyone who could give any information about these rebels.
In a report made by GMA News, the president told the public that he is ready to give P1-Million bounty to each of the Abu Sayyaf members who were able to escape from the military operation conducted in Inabanga, Bohol. Duterte said that all they need is information of their whereabouts coming from the police or from the civilians and the government would carry out the arrest mission.
“My order to the police and to the lahat, and even to the civilians wherein they should do fight and killing, ang order ko is dead or alive. Kaya iyong anim na maybe scouring the safety nets kung saan sila maka-landing, I have a P1 million offer per person. Tip lang: bigay mo sa pulis pati sa military, no questions asked, we’ll not even give you names. Sabi mo lang kung saan sila then gobyerno na ang bahala,” Duterte said while in a command conference in Bohol last Wednesday.
The 11 Abu Sayyaf who reached Inabanga, Bohol last April 11 was believed to have received help from local contacts in reaching the island. Upon learning this information, the military immediately launched a security operation. However, 5 members of the terrorist group unfortunately escaped.
Meanwhile, it resulted in the death of six Abu Sayyaf members including Muammar “Rami” Askali who was considered as a sub-leader.
SOURCE ► NC
SOURCE ► NC