Before it was John Glen Arao-Arao, tagged as the most wanted carnapper, who surrendered himself to the police in fear of Duterte. Now many fugitives have been also doing the same thing with the same reason.
Take Mandaue City's most wanted drug suspect, for instance. Named Pablito Loberanis, a resident of Barangay Paknaan, a known drug pusher has turned himself in. Along with his gun, ammunition and a small sachet of suspected shabu.
In an interview, Loberanis said that his reason for surrendering is because of being afraid to the administration of President-elect Duterte. At that time, Duterte was actually in a nearby restobar in Mandaue City, having a private meeting with businessmen and political leaders.
The "change" have truly come as many have surrendered and developments have been improving. Even Mandaue City Police Officer chief Senior, Supt. Jonathan Cabal describe how the people in the city have been heeding to Duterte's call to curb criminality and illegal drugs.
Let us all hope that not only the people in Mandaue but the whole country would feel the same, and that we should unite for the better of the Philippines future.