Alice Guo is Now on the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order

Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order Issued Against Alice Guo

ALICE GUO – The mayor of Bamban, Tarlac, is now on the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order (ILBO).

Alice Leal Guo has served as the mayor of Bamban, Tarlac, since June 30, 2022. She was involved in various businesses before entering politics. Her tenure has been marred by controversy, including allegations of involvement with illegal activities by Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs), leading to a preventive suspension ordered by the Ombudsman in June 2024.

Guo’s background is complex, with disputed details about her early life, education, and family. She claims to have been homeschooled and raised on a pig farm in Tarlac, but there are inconsistencies in her personal documents and testimony, raising questions about her identity and citizenship. Despite these controversies, Guo won the mayoral race in 2022 and has been involved in various community projects.

Guo’s political career has been scrutinized, particularly regarding her alleged connections to POGOs and other businesses linked to illegal activities. Her financial disclosures have shown significant assets, but there have been discrepancies in her reported net worth over the years. Guo has denied all allegations, maintaining that she is a legitimate public servant and businesswoman.

Guo’s residency and voter registration have also been points of contention, with claims that she registered as a voter in Bamban shortly before the 2022 elections. Despite the ongoing investigations and controversies, Guo remains active in her political role, with her future in office dependent on the outcomes of the legal proceedings against her.

The mayor of Bamban is now on the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order (ILBO). This is based on a document released by the Department of Justice (DOJ).

Recently, the Office of the Ombudsman rejected Guo’s request to lift the six-month preventive suspension filed against her. This is due to her alleged involvement in a raided Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (POGO) within her jurisdiction.

Besides Guo, the Ombudsman also suspended Bamban Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) officer Edwin Campo and Municipal Legal Officer Adden Sigua.

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