Vice President Jejomar Binay addresses the crowd during the 36th National Conference of Employers at Marriott hotel in Pasay City on Friday. Binay told the business community his family only has five bank accounts, denying the Anti Money Laundering Council report that he owns about 242 bank accounts. (MNS Photo)

Vice President Jejomar Binay addresses the crowd during the 36th National Conference of Employers at Marriott hotel in Pasay City on Friday. Binay told the business community his family only has five bank accounts, denying the Anti Money Laundering Council report that he owns about 242 bank accounts. (MNS Photo)

MANILA (Mabuhay) – Gerardo “Gerry” Limlingan and Eduviges “Ebeng” Baloloy are still in the Philippines based on the latest report submitted by the Bureau of Immigrations (BI) to the Department of Justice (DOJ).

In an ambush interview, DOJ Secretary Leila M. De lima said that after the disclosure of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV that the two are already out of the Philippines, she immediately ordered the scrutiny of the database of the immigration and it appeared that Limlingan’s last travel was in October 2003 and he returned back to the country.

On the other hand, the latest record of travel of Baloloy was in September 2014 and she immediately returned back to the country.

However, the DOJ Secretary did not discount the possibility that the two alleged “trusted” persons of Vice President Jejomar Binay may have passed through the “backdoor”.

Hence, De Lima has ordered the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to gather additional evidence to verify the revelation made by Trillanes. (MNS)