Senator Raffy Tulfo on Wednesday said government agencies and stakeholders from the energy sector must stop the blame game on issues concerning the persistent and recurring power outages and blackouts in different parts of the country, even blaming the trees and animals for the perennial brownouts.
During the Senate Committee on Energy Public Hearing presided by Tulfo on Tuesday (Sept. 6), Tulfo said that instead of pointing fingers, all parties involved should work together and exert concerted efforts to solve the issue of brownouts and high cost of electricity.
Senator Raffy Tulfo will give PHP500,000 each to the families of the three shooting victims in Taguig City on August 21, one of them an overseas Filipino worker (OFW), after the suspect, a former Philippine Navy officer, surrendered to him at his office in Mandaluyong on… Read More
MANILA – Neophyte Senator Raffy Tulfo is committed to support incoming President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in carrying out the administration’s agenda.Foremost among Marcos’ plans is reviving the economy as the world slowly beats the Covid-19 pandemic.”’Yung (The)… Read More
Broadcaster and senatorial aspirant Raffy Tulfo on Monday said the camp of Sen. Manny Pacquiao asked him to run as the lawmaker’s vice president in the 2022 elections.
“Sinabi ko na napakabilis naman ata agad yun bang paglundag, vice president agad. Sabi ko, isa pa, hindi ko puwedeng banggain si Pangulong Duterte dahil siya’y kaibigan ko. Isa pa, nandiyan si Sen. Tito Sotto, di ko rin puwedeng banggain. Pumayag naman sila,” he said.
Pacquiao made the offer to Tulfo even as he has already tapped Deputy Speaker and Buhay Party-list Rep. Lito Atienza to be his running mate.
Tulfo, who is gunning for a Senate seat, is already included in Pacquiao’s slate along with several senators up for reelection and former lawmakers seeking a comeback. The lineup also includes a labor leader and human rights lawyer.