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August 10, 2017

CUSTOMS COMMISSIONER NICANOR FAELDON

One of the issues that’s getting buried by the COMELEC Chair’s woes is that of BOC’s biggest blunder – allowing 6.4Billion pesos worth of illegal drugs to pass Bureau of Custom’s inspections last May. This has led to a clamor for a major revamp of BOC’s officials, including calls for its commissioner, Nicanor Faeldon, to resign.

Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon

In his quest to rid the bureau of corruption and promote a clean image, he wasn’t able to incorporate what the agency needed most – competence.

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