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Misuari faces NBI grilling over alleged involvement in Sabah dispute

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MANILA, Philippines–The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will send agents in Mindanao to question former Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) Nur Misuari on his alleged involvement in the Sabah dispute.

Moro National Liberation Front chairman Nur Misuari AP

Misuari, along with former National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales, Pastor Boy Saycon and Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III and his family have been summoned by the NBI.

The NBI, along with the Philippine National Police, is determining possible liability of the Kirams for sending their “royal army” to Sabah. The NBI is also identifying alleged financiers and conspirators of the Kiram family.

Misuari already said he cannot go to Manila because he is busy preparing for the 45th anniversary of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF).

NBI deputy director Reynaldo Esmeralda said it is important that the NBI talk to Misuari.

The NBI had already sent subpoena to the MNLF chair.


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Tags: Features , Global Nation , Norberto Gonzales , Nur Misuari , Pastor Boy Saycon , Sabah claim , Sabah standoff , Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/DKOWYENNEP3EIYJOVKU5SYPKUU Dok

    he is making noise again….pa papapam pam lang yan si NUR maas..

  • simondj

    no matter who will seat, if he does not know God, if he is not afraid of God, if he does not know the word of God, he will contineu to be corrupt.

  • ApoLapullapu

    It is now a crime to claim one’s own land. And those who may have abetted in the process may also be held as principals.

  • Nefertiri Ongkiko

    Oo si misuari ang nasa likod nag pag support kay kiram na yan.. pareho
    yan claimant ng Sabah!! NBI and DOJ must file a case againts them kc
    sila yan misuari at kiram mismo nag bibigay ng prob sa peace and order
    ng bansa! kaso ang Pilipinas ang hina!!



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