Look: Affidavit of Whistleblower Shows Alleged Involvement of Roxas-Drilon-Mabilog to Odicta Drug Trades

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A well-known drug personality in the Province of Negros Occidental, who belongs to the notorious Berya Drug Group in the province, Ricky Serenio, revealed on his signed affidavit the alleged involvement of politicians Mar Roxas, Sen. Franklin Drilon and Mayor Jed Mabilog to the once-powerful drug syndicate Odicta Group.

Ricky Serenio was quoted as saying “That while they consider me as a useful and a potential go-to person, this Roxas-Drilon drug scheme in partnership with Melvin Odicta was designed to take over the drug trade in Negros by kicking out Berya Tolentino and Camaria from their dominance as local drug suppliers.”

“Being in power with close association to the PNP, it was easy for Roxas-Drilon tandem to paralyze and eventually overthrow the Berya-Camaria drug operations and wipe out these groups from operating in the Negros Island, the main objective of which is to turn-over the drug operations in Negros to Odicta,” Serenio said.

The whistleblower added further that “Indeed, the Negros market is bigger than in Panay or Iloilo as confirmed in the declaration of Pres. Duterte that the NIR is the No. 3 as most affected in the country,” Serenio added.

The affidavit of Serenio was signed last October 18, 2017, after he was captured by the operatives of the PDEA in close coordination with the PNP in Negros Occidental.

Ricky Serenio hails from Barangay Magsungay, Bacolod City, he first surrender to former Pulupandan Mayor Peña, the incumbent Mayor of Magallon town or Moises Padilla, Negros Occidental. He was safeguarded by Mayor Peña due to the number of death threats Serenio received.

During the surrender of Serenio, he revealed for the very first time that Mayor Jed Mabilog was involved in illegal drugs activities. His father and one of his siblings were killed by riding-in-tandem syndicate.

Here’s the Complete Affidavit of Ricky Serenio:

Ed Umbao

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