Suspects behind Davao Night Market Bombing arrested by the authorities

Suspects in the tragic Roxas Night Market blast who killed many people were arrested by the authorities in Cotabato City.

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Talitay, Maguindanao Vice Mayor Abdul Wahad Sabal and his brother Montasir Sabal were the alleged brains behind the Roxas Night Market Blast in Davao City on September 2.

According to the source, the two were arrested in Cotabato City and brought to Camp Crame for interrogation.

The bomb maker who got arrested recently revealed the names of the Talitay Vice mayor and his brother to the authorities.

Abdul Wahad Sabal also belonged to the narco-list of President Duterte.

The two were arrested because of illegal drugs, but the bomb maker that arrested recently said that the two are the alleged brains of the Davao Attack.


Meanwhile, President Duterte believes that the “day of the reckoning” of the suspects behind the tragic bombing will come.

Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte and other officials of Davao City are still not giving any statements about the arrest of the suspects.

Source: Bombo Radyo Koronadal

Update: Camp of Talitay, Maguindanao Vice Mayor Abdul Wahad Sabal denies his involvement to the Roxas Night Market Bombing, PNP also clarifies that the arrest of Sabal is not connected to PNP’s operation to catch the suspect behind Davao Bombing.

But reports confirmed that the authorities were seized Improvised Explosive Device and heavy firearms from the Talitay Vice Mayor.

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ABDUL WAHAB SABAL - "LADY SENATOR BEHIND DAVAO BOMBING"

Just in, Insider reports big revelation of seized Maguindanao Vice-Mayor Abdul Wahab Sabal with regards to Davao City bombing.

Report said that the arrested points out a Lady Senator who is responsible for the Davao City blast a week ago.

Aside from saying "it's a Lady Senator who ordered me", Sabal didn't mention any names yet.

The nation now awaits for a bigger revelation by him as he unfolds the name of the said Lady Senator.

The vice mayor was now undergoing inquest proceedures by the DOJ.


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