Palace looks to Malaysia for Aman founder

Posted at 11/21/12 6:44 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang on Wednesday said it is doing what it can to look for the perpetrators of the pyramiding scam involving Aman Futures Group.

Cabinet Secretary Rene Almendras said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak promised to look into the case amid reports that Aman Futures founder Mohammad Suffian Saaid, also known as Manuel Amalilio, had fled to Malaysia.
"The President is quite close to Prime Minister Najib and he purposely said that and that they promised that they are going to look into it… In addition to that, the President's instruction is everything legally possible should be done at the earliest possible time. That is exactly what the agencies are doing," he said.

Earlier reports said Amalilio, a Filipino-Malaysian, was allegedly hiding in Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia.

The Bureau of Immigration earlier issued a lookout bulletin against 38 persons said to be behind the Aman Futures scam.

The suspects included in the lookout bulletin are:

Manuel Amalilio,
Fernando “Nonoy” Luna,
Lelian Lim Gan,
Eduard L. Lim,
Wilanie L. Fuentes,

Naezelle M. Rodriguez,
Lurix Lopez,
Prescilla Ann F. Co,
Nimfa Luna,
Rico Medina,

Dhurwin Wenceslao,
Reggie Luna,
Araceli Pasco,
Marilou Caballero,
Shiela Luna Lasaca,

Alfredo Aspira,
P02 Ariel Real,
Ernesto Luna,
P03 Rey “Tata” Chang,
Edward Amao,

Maria Donna Coyme,
Araceli Pasco Julian,
Darwin Luna,
Toto Caballero,
Amay Caballero,

Eric Lasaca,
Judy Amarao,
Edna Dalena,
Dickens Dalena,
Eva Dalena,

Isojo K. Casil,
Edna Caballero,
Patrick V. Ceniza ,
Diosdado M. Mag-aso,
Frederick M. Mag-aso,

Leonita Duhaylungsod,
Angelo Duhaylungsod, and
Roger Tenajeros.