WATCH: The Armed Forces of the Philippines apologizes for releasing a list that wrongfully red-tags several alumni of the University of the Philippines. Read:
The Armed Forces of the Philippines says 'personnel who are responsible will be held to account'
Rambo TalabongThe Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) apologized for releasing a list that wrongfully red-tagged alumni of the University of the Philippines (UP), and launched an internal probe on Sunday evening, January 24."We sincerely apologize for those who were inadvertently affected by inconsistencies regarding the List of Students who joined the NPA (Died or Captured) that was posted in the AFP Information Exchange Facebook account," its
statementread, which was posted on Facebook.The post was from the AFP Civil-Military Operations Office or J7, and announced that it has begun an"internal investigation" on how the list got published."Personnel who are responsible will be held to account," the AFP said.
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apology not enough. dapat may managot. While this govt are busy red tagging every colleges, failed covid responds, vaccine fiascos, PhilHealth curption & more. They forget to run the economy effectively, the prices increase is due to lack forsight and preparedness. They hv failed medically and economically. Disaster!