Sunday, December 08, Malacañang said they will investigate the viral issue on social media dubbed as #LeniLeaks, which plots to oust President Rodrigo Duterte.
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According to GMA News, 24 Oras, Communications Secretary Martin M. Andanar said that Duterte is aware of the issue to oust him and said he would not be happy if those plans were proven to be true.
"Knowledgeable naman ang presidente sa moves ng opposition to oust him at ang presidente hindi matutuwa kung mapapatunayang totoo ang Lenileaks na ito," he said.
Andanar said that the issue is already being looked by the National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr.
"Magbibigay ng rekomendasyon si Secretary Esperon kung ano ang nararapat na gawin. Hindi dapat na pangunahan ang rekomendasyon ni Secretary Esperon," he added.
The "#Lenileaks" was supposedly "leaked emails" posted online which allegedly showed exchanges e-mails between Fil-Am community Leader Loida-Nicolas Lew and her sister, former Commission on Filipinos Overseas Chair Imelda "Mely" Nicolas.
Source: GMA News Online
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