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The Naia employee received a tongue-lashing heavily laced with cusses, with the name of Special Assistant to the President Bong Go dropped in the mix along with a supposed Cabinet post in the offing, according to a Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa) incident report obtained by the Inquirer. 16, the Masbate-bound Cam was escorted by a member of the Naia Airport Police Department to the VIP lounge in one of the airport’s terminals.
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The former whistle-blower asked her what the form was for, and the employee explained that it was for record purposes, reminding Cam that the fee also had to be paid.
‘High-risk person’ At this point, Cam grew visibly irked and informed the young woman that she was escorted to the VIP lounge by the police because she was a “high-risk person” and even questioned why she had to pay for just sitting there. I told you already I had no government ID because in three months I would be a member of the Cabinet.” More outbursts She further ranted on about the Miaa employee being unfit to be a worker at the airport and threatened to have her dismissed from her job.
As part of the airport standard protocol, the female Miaa employee asked Cam for a government ID so she could fill out a “meet and assist” form after mistaking the losing Senate candidate for a government official.