Government forces disclose identity of Sulu bombing suspect (Updated as of 6:25 pm of January 29, 2019)

Along with the visit of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in Sulu yesterday (January 28), government forces disclosed the identity of one of the suspects of Sulu blast caught on a CCTV footage.

Accordingly, the suspect was identified as a.k.a Kamah, a known bombmaker and brother of the slain Abu-Sayyaf sub-leader Surakah Ingog.

Further investigation is currently being conducted by the government forces.

The twin blast resulted to 100 wounded casualties including 14 AFP, 2 PCG, and 84 Civilians, 94 of whom are identified as follows:

AFP

  1. TSg Ronald B. Ilustrado (Inf) PA
  2. SSg Victor S. Ubaldo, Jr. (Inf) PA
  3. Julmane J. Juripae (Inf) PA
  4. Cpl Timothy D. Bigot (Inf) PA
  5. Cpl Irish Glenn M. Padilla (Inf) PA
  6. Cpl Ruel Diaz (Inf) PA
  7. PFC Jonel B. Ngitit (Inf) PA
  8. PFC Jonathan Mahguia (Inf) PA
  9. Pvt Klever L. Serquiña (Inf) PA
  10. TSg Ruel L. Ursal (Inf) PA
  11. Sgt Angelito A Cavañas (Inf) PA
  12. Sgt Joever R. Bal-ut (Inf) PA
  13. Sgt Michael H. Pacaco (Inf) PA
  14. Cpl Reynaldo Esteller, Jr. (Inf) PA

PCG

  1. PO3 Joemar G. Sanson PCG
  2. PO3 Paulo B. Isolana (PCG)

Civilians

  1. Hardun M. Andiling
  2. Monil J. Majam
  3. Raymond Mangila
  4. Gajer Asarib
  5. Kenneth Zacarias
  6. Vincent Unding
  7. Roderick Hoe
  8. Albani Sahipa
  9. Victor Ubaldo
  10. Sahidin Pidan
  11. Francis Salinas
  12. Ramon Doronilla
  13. Mertin Isdaini
  14. Daniel Fajunar
  15. Rassan Amilasan
  16. Mocks Mimbal
  17. Bennash Sali
  18. Asri Arama
  19. Marlon Verde
  20. James Ngo
  21. Justin Manansala
  22. Mark Jhonyree Morales
  23. Arthur Delos Reyes
  24. Gardo Dugay
  25. Nadzmie Hawari
  26. Patricio Humao-as
  27. Delia Hoe
  28. Nelia Manansala
  29. Benita Ampalayao
  30. Jenizel Nuno
  31. Michelle Ann Morales
  32. Lunny Lim
  33. Jeanette Alicaya
  34. Gloria Morales
  35. Marie Joy Uro
  36. Wholma B. Sali
  37. Gina Tan
  38. Lanie Jeres
  39. Sharalyn Tan
  40. Jhea Lyra Alejado
  41. Shirlyn Sarapuddin
  42. Restituta Lapeseros
  43. Antonia Ynawat
  44. Julieta Quijano
  45. Oscar Asares
  46. Carmen Hajinulla
  47. Elma Fernandez
  48. Anabelle Ngo
  49. Fatmawati Cantar
  50. Rhea Mae Carlos
  51. Lauremar Albesa
  52. Mary Grace A. Antes
  53. Rosano C. Ayeo
  54. Benhar Hussin
  55. Alvin Ayong
  56. Sid Sahipa
  57. Binas Elcamil
  58. Jenecyl Nono
  59. Nour Iyana Elcamil
  60. Mersa Saddaramil
  61. Merilyn Dasid
  62. Sheila Elcamil
  63. Christopher Maningo
  64. Hoe Dela Cruz
  65. Ronillo Domen
  66. Leonardo Bulaong
  67. Winnie Rose Dela Cruz
  68. Francis Joseph Salmas
  69. Elizabeth El Nasil
  70. Edina Dagay
  71. Jocelyn Ting
  72. Sahipa Sid
  73. Victorina Tan
  74. Jane Doe
  75. Robed Liza
  76. Rosaryo Ayco
  77. Melagros Lorea
  78. Ma. Teresa Lorete

Troops continue to establish the identities of other wounded civilians and conduct continuous monitoring.

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