- The Manila local government has strictly implemented the curfew in the capital city
- About 100 minors were accosted on Monday
- The parents of the minors arrived at the Raxabago Police Station
It has been reported that more than 100 minors got caught violating the curfew being strictly implemented in Manila City now.
KAMI learned that according to Ordinance No. 8547, those aged 17 years old and below are prohibited from loitering along the streets of Manila from 10 p.m. until 4 a.m.
In a report by ABS-CBN News’ Umagang Kay Ganda, the parents of the children arrived at the Raxabago Police Station in Tondo on Monday night.
The parents argued that they just ordered their children to buy medicine or food. Meanwhile, some parents said that they just learned about the ordinance recently.
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As previously reported by KAMI, the parents of the children who would be caught violating the curfew would face penalties.
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno explained that the authorities accosted 365 minors for the month of July only.
Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso is the 27th mayor of the Manila City. He used to be a matinee idol and became popular from the variety show “That’s Entertainment.”
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