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    Wednesday, August 2, 2017

    EXPOSED: Parojinogs' notoriety in Ozamiz?

    Sass Sasot, an international relations expert and a social media activist published a post regarding the recently infamous Parojinog family of the Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental in her Facebook page called For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot on Wednesday.



    The said post was originally sent by an individual, basically one of Sasot’s readers.

    The informant, whose identity was not disclosed, narrated his/her first-hand experience as a citizen and resident of Ozamiz City also revealing some information regarding the controversial Parojinog family and its involvement to illegal drugs.

    The post reads:

    “Hi Ms. Sass, I'm a citizen in Ozamiz City the hometown of the late Mayor Parojinog. Since I was little i knew that they are drug lords. SHABU in our city can be bought like a candy and Lawis is the center of drugs in our city it is also where Parojinogs live. Coincidence? I think not. And now the media would always show that the Parojinogs are the victim, how about the people that are killed because of their personal interest? For example they killed former Roland Romero last year in broad daylight because they knew that Roland Romero was the only one who has the guts to face them. Now if the biased media will interview people outside Lawis they will say the truth about how evil the Parojinogs are. Well i think the reason why the people in Lawis will protect them because they often recieve blessings from the Mayor. The Robinhood in Ozamiz? Maybe? But it is still against the law to steal.

    And how can a VM afford many Hermes bags? Hmmm...and how can a VM afford to buy authentic basketball shoes for the whole class of his only son? And how can a VM afford to pay 5M for the sweet 16th of her daughter? Tax payers money? Well all are invited though. But still, think about it? How much does a VM earn in 1yr including 13mos pay. Think about it."





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