President Rodrigo Duterte has raised the reward for the capture of leader who brutally killed four police officers in Ayungon, Negros Oriental to 3 million pesos.
“Wala naman kaming sinaktan kung ang mag-surrender ang mga NPA, ni isang kurot. The military does not allow it. I do not allow it because you will just exacerbate the situation. You will just generate hatred. So lahat nang nag-surrender doon, nag-leader sa ano, they were treated humanely, decently,” President Duterte said during the inauguration of Candon City By Pass Road on July 25.
“‘Yung pulis na nahuli doon sa – na-hostage nila about seven days ago diyan sa Negros Oriental, binugbog nila, pinaghahampas nila tapos pinatay nila. Sinunog nila parang ISIS,” he said. “Pero ‘yung pagkamatay ng pulis na pinaghahampas nila, agrabyado ako. So galit ako.”
“Ngayon, may pakana sila na ‘yon daw nag-lead ng grupo na ‘yon, he became despondent, he committed suicide. Bolahin ako ng mga – p*. Huwag mong – do not f*** with me,” the President said.
“So the other night, I raised the first one million. Then, the other night I was before the governors and mayors, I said, “I’m raising it two million.” Now nandito ako, I’m raising it to three million,” Duterte said.
“Dalhin mo lang ‘yang ulo ng p***** i** okay na sa akin, sabi ko. It will keep on increasing and the pressure that goes with it. Kasi pagkatapos niyan ‘pag mag-abot ng 20 milyones ‘yan sabihin ko, dalhin mo na masking anong ulo basta leader dalhin mo na dito may 20,000 kayo,” he added.