SBMA, Clark toughen up vs drug shipments

Published March 21, 2018, 10:00 PM

by Mario Casayuran and Vanne Elaine Terrazola

By Mar  T.  Supnad

Clark Freeport–Officials of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and this freeport urged the public to be vigilant and help authorities monitor the possible shipment of illegal drugs in the said international freeports in Central Luzon.

SBMA chairperson and administrator Atty. Wilma Eisma and Maritess Martin, district collector of the Bureau of Customs here, urged the public to be always on  a lookout to prevent drug traffickers from utilizing these freeports as a transshipment point.

Eisma  and Martin issued the appeal after Gen. Rolando Asuncion (ret.) regional director of the National Intelligence and Coordinating Agency (NICA), revealed during a recent peace and order council meeting  in Orani, Bataan that they were focusing their radars on these two free ports for the possible shipment of illegal drugs.

 
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