“What I know is that I’ve seen the matrix and the drug matrix of those United Nations agency are highly, allegedly involved in the sale of illegal drugs. What I can only tell you, that if you see the matrix, you’ll probably say that it's really unbelievable that ganoon kadami, na ganoon kadami na ’yung mga involved,” Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on state-run radio dzRB on Sunday. “Masusuka ka ’pag makita mo,” he added.
Andanar said that there are approximately 1.8 million individuals concerned in illegal drugs, citing conservative estimates from the Philippine Drug enforcement Agency (PDEA).
The Palace official said that the President will name other “persons of interest” as soon as possible.
Duterte’s public shaming of police and government officials who are allegedly involved in illegal drugs began on July 5 when he named active and retired police generals as protectors of drug lords.
The generals – retired police deputy director general Marcelo Garbo, Jr., retired police general and newly-elected Daan Bantayan, Cebu mayor Vicente Loot, former National Capital Region police office head Chief Supt. Joel Pagdilao, former quezon city Police District director Chief Supt. Edgardo Tinio, and Western Visayas regional director Chief Supt. Bernardo diaz – denied the said charge.
Last July 7, the President joined wu Tuan alias “Peter Co,” herbert Colangco alias “Ampang” and Peter Lim alias “Jaguar ” to a triad running the illegal drug trade in the country.