Sen. Pangilinan impacts Calida to resign as Solicitor General

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Pangilinan call on Calida

Sen. Pangilinan has approached Solicitor General Jose Calida to leave in the midst of reports that his family-possessed security firm had professedly cornered multi-million-peso bargains from different government offices.

Sen. Pangilinan decided in a Facebook post on Monday.

“In the event that DoT Secretary Wanda Teo surrendered on the grounds that the DoT/PTV 4 supported her Tulfo siblings’ TV generation organization.

To the tune of P60 Million worth of government contracts then Solicitor General Jose Calida, the legal counselor of the legislature, ought to leave also for P150 million worth of government.

Contracts in the DoJ (OSG is a joined office), Pagcor, NEDA and so on,

besides they went to the security monitor/office having a place with his significant other and youngsters (kasi bother leave na daw siya),” Sen Pangilinan said.

“Family TV generation organization. Family Security office. Same.

Coronas times 3 nga lang ‘yung halaga nung kay Calida,” Sen. Pangilinan included.

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Wanda Teo Case

Meanwhile Teo had ventured down from her post at the tallness of the debate dogging the Department of Tourism (DoT) over its P60-million commercial manage the state-run, People’s Television Network Inc. (PTNI).

The advertisement situation apparently went to a program delivered by Teo’s sibling,

Ben Tulfo, and co-facilitated by another sibling, Erwin Tulfo.

Hence Calida and his family, in the interim, supposedly claimed the Vigilant Investigative and Security Agency which purportedly sacked P150 million in contracts from different government organizations.

The affirmation was additionally specified in a protestation documented against

Calida by resigned businessperson Jocelyn Marie Acosta-Nisperos before the

Office of the Ombudsman.

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