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Proof That De Lima’s Contractual Staff Became A Millionaire In 2 Months. Must Read This!

Earlier, Justice Secretary Vitalino Aguirre II hinted that they were able to trace several bank accounts where that allegedly received money from the drug business, but he quickly stated that these bank accounts were not under Senator De Lima’s name.

In the light of that issue, a name surfaces. That of an Edna “Bogs” Obuyes. When she was interrogated by the NBI, it appeared that she became an instant millionaire sometime last 2014.

What puzzles DOJ is that Edna is a clerk whose salary would not have been able to reach that amount. Add to that the fact that she was not a regular employee.

Obuyes is no longer with the DOJ as she was a contractual employee whose contract had expired.

A bank document obtained by The STAR from a DOJ source showed that a total of P24 million in cash was deposited in a bank account under the name of Bogs C. Obuyes in March and April 2014.

Cash deposit slips showed that the alleged deposits were made on March 7, 2014 (P4.8 million), March 21, 2014 (P7.2 million), April 4, 2014 (P2.6 million), April 18, 2014 (P4.8 million) and April 24, 2014 (P4.6 million).

Bank representatives refused to comment, citing confidentiality of accounts under the bank secrecy law.

The STAR reported yesterday that Obuyes and Caranto went to the National Bureau of Investigation for the probe. They have undergone lie detector tests.


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