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President Rodrigo Duterte accepts the resignation of Customs Chief Nicanor Faeldon. He also has yet to name a new Social Welfare secretary after the Commission on Appointments rejected Judy Taguiwalo.

about 4 days ago

"Hindi ko natupad 'yung pangako ko sa'yo," President Rodrigo Duterte quoted Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon as saying.

about 5 days ago

The chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee calls on the Bureau of Customs chief to resign.

about 6 days ago

A tense moment at the Senate after Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon refused to answer Senator Sonny Trillanes. The opposition lawmaker also tried to link the President's son, Davao Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, to a businessman allegedly involved in the illegal drug shipment.

about 1 week ago

Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon has answered this question many times, but when it came from Senator Antonio Trillanes, Faeldon risked being cited in contempt as he refused to respond.

about 1 week ago

Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon and his officials are questioned on how a ₱ 6. 4 billion shabu shipment slipped through customs' inspections. We will walk you through the BOC process to show exactly how shipments are registered, assessed, and inspected, and how difficult it should have been for illegal drugs to slip by unnoticed.

about 2 weeks ago

Some lawmakers want Nicanor Faeldon out as Customs Chief in light of the more than ₱6 billion illegal drug shipment from China. Faeldon, however, thinks some lawmakers are picking on him because he refuses to grant them favors.

about 2 weeks ago

Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon says some lawmakers who are into the importation business are trying to get back at him for denying them favors.

about 3 weeks ago

The Senate finds indefensible the entry of of illegal drugs worth ₱6.4 billion through an express lane at customs, as police pursue their crackdown on alleged drug lords.