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  • Writer's pictureMenchie Kinao

Body of former Jolo Chief PLt Col Walter Annayo arrives in Baguio

Updated: Nov 24, 2020

Baguio City, Philippines – The family, relatives, and some former classmates of the former chief of Jolo, Sulu Police Station, PLtCol. Walter Annayo, welcomed home Annayo's remains when it finally arrived at Loakan Airport past 11am today, November 23, 2020.

Annayo, who was relieved from his post following the alleged “misencounter” between his men and the four Army intelligence officers on June 29 , was shot dead last November 21 by an unknown assailant.

According to the initial report, Annayo was driving his black Toyota Fortuner (GAL-2258) and had a short stopover by the roadside to buy buko juice at a stall in Barangay Macabiso, Sultan Mastura at around 1:45 p.m. when armed men onboard another vehicle opened fire at him.

Annayo fell on the ground as his attackers sped off towards the direction of Parang town after the incident. He died on the spot at the age of 41.

Sultan Mastura Municipal Police Chief Major Bangon Mamako assured all possible angles are being looked into by investigators in connection with Annayo’s killing.

Meanwhile, the Jolo Municipal government sent their condolences to the bereaved family.

“We condole with the bereaved family for the loss of PLTCOL WALTER W. ANNAYO. Thank you Sir for the service that you have rendered to us,” said the local government.




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