Clark chief returns to work after clearing corruption charges
Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President and Chief Executive Officer Noel Manankil has ended his leave of absence after being cleared of alleged corruption charges.
Manankil returned to work on July 19 after following a probe by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA).
He voluntarily filed a leave of absence after he was accused of corruption at the CDC.
BCDA President and Chief Executive Officer Vivencio Dizon said there was no evidence Manankil was involved in corruption.
“We found that there is no factual basis or credible evidence to support your involvement in corruption. As such, the Investigating Committee recommended to allow you to return from your leave of absence and to continue the performance of your duties,” Dizon said.
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