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Habal-habal driver arrested for offering P100-M to anyone who could kill Philippine president

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A man from Malay, Aklan was reportedly arrested after posting on Facebook and offering Php 100 million to anyone who could kill President Rodrigo Duterte.

“50 milyon nyo doblihin ko kung sino makapatay kay Duterte andito ako ngayon sa Boracay,” the viral post read.

According to Malay police, local authorities easily located the suspect as he had prior police record.

Reports claim that Ronald Quiboyen, 40, is a habal-habal driver and former construction worker in Boracay. He is originally from Zamboanga, Sibugay and presenty living in Sitio Hagdan, Yapak, an island in Boracay.

In the spot report of Malay PNP, they received a complain regarding a seditious post’ or hate post on Facebook.

Yesterday, a public teacher was also jailed after posting that he will give a Php 50 million reward to whoever can kill Duterte.

The suspect is facing ‘Inciting Sedition in relation to Cyber Crime Prevention Act of 2012’.

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