Chinese fugitive Bo Wang has been using Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) visa to travel in and out of the Philippines since 2009.
Chinese national Bo Wang was arrested by immigration authorities as he arrived from Malaysia on February 5 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. He was found to possess a cancelled passport and a part the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation (BID) blacklist.
Chinese Consul Fu Yunfei wrote a letter, dated Feb. 15, 2015, informing BID that Wang is wanted for heading an “illegal online-gambling operation.”
A summary of deportation order was issued by the Immigration Board on March 5 along with associate commissioners Abdullah Mangotara and Gilbert Repizo. However a release order was issued on May 21st, reportedly after a private meeting where the associate commissioners was able to raise funds to pay lawmakers to vote for the Philippine president’ Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)— a drafted law intended to establish the Bangsamoro political entity in the Philippines.