Duterte camp bares PDEA hotlines for anti-drug campaign

The camp of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has bared the anti-drugs call and text hotlines at the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).

Peter Tiu Lavina, Duterte's current spokesman, posted mobile and landline phone numbers that citizens can use to provide information or report anything related to illegal drugs.

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His Facebook post dated June 13, 2016 reads:
Active citizenship and community participation are essential in President Rody Duterte's fight against crime particularly against drugs.

Incoming PDEA Chief Isidro Lapeña has these text hotlines:
Smart: 09998887332
Sun: 09255737332
Globe: 09279150616

Hotline for calls:
Smart: 09393960627

(02) 9200735
(02) 9200736

The new anti-drug czar says all information will be treated confidentially and shall undergo a verification and confirmation process.

Let us be part of genuine change. Be active!

In his sorties during the campaign period, Duterte vowed to suppress if not totally eradicate illegal drugs in the country in three to six months. But the President cannot do it alone. His administration cannot achieve its goals without the participation of the citizenry.

Let us unite and help the government.