Published: Thursday 12 April, 2018

LOOK Psychic Predicts Noynoy Aquino will ‘Face Karma in 2018’, Possibly Jail

Will former president Noynoy Aquino go to jail over the Dengvaxia mess? Senator Richard Gordon said Aquino and other former officials are ‘criminally liable’ for the Dengvaxia anomaly and must be prosecuted. Now, a prediction by a popular psychic has surfaced saying the former president will face karma his mistakes.

The psychic prediction was made earlier this year, three months before Dick Gordon released the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee draft report on the Dengvaxia hearings. Psychic Gurmeet made the prediction along with several other predictions for 2018. Here is what he said:

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“As to the question on whether former president Noynoy Aquino will face the consequences of the alleged mistakes during his administration, I see him trying to run away but the law will not let him go. He will face his karma in 2018, and possibly land in jail.”

The psychic is quite popular online, and has been credited by his readers for making ‘accurate’ predictions of past events. 

Senator Richard Gordon, chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee that conducted hearings on the Dengvaxia case, called Aquino, his former Budget Secretary Florencio Abad, and former Health Secretary Janette Garin as “primary conspirators”. Gordon said they, and other officials involved in the questionable purchase of Dengvaxia and the implementation of the vaccination program, must be prosecuted.

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“Former President Aquino is responsible because he caused the purchase of Dengvaxia and in the process caused irreversible damage, possibly death, to children, [and] anxiety, sleepless nights, unnecessary expense on the part of the parents and guardians,” said Gordon during a press conference Wednesday.

Meanwhile, as the debate over Noynoy Aquino’s culpability in the Dengvaxia mess continues, his allies have slammed Gordon and his draft report, calling it biased and inaccurate. Former Aquino administration officials slammed Gordon for the timing of the release of the report, saying that it may have been purposely made to cover up issues hounding the present administration like the closure of Boracay and Sereno’s impeachment.



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