Pulahans assure officials of
At least 21 self-proclaimed members of the Pulahan cult group in Siaton, Negros Oriental, have assured Mayor Albert Ator of their full support and cooperation in locating and even arresting their “fugitive” leaders.
Led by a certain Alberto Sumili, the 21 men from Barangays Apoloy and Casalaan, appeared at the office of Mayor Ator Monday afternoon and claimed they had left the Pulahan cult group after learning that their leaders were facing criminal charges, Siaton police chief, Insp. Cresente Gurrea said.
Gurrea said the 21 did not “surrender” as earlier reported by local media, as there was no reason for them to do so. The men were not armed, unlike their leaders who are believed to be carrying high-powered firearms, he said.
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