Singer Performer Chris Brown, Stop By Bureau Of Immigration From Leaving The Country

PHILIPPINES - The Bureau of Immigration ( BI ) issued a Lookout Bulletin Order (LBO) against international performer singer Chris Brown, and the promoter before they are allowed to leave the country after a concert Saturday at the SM Mall of Asia ( MOA ) Arena in Pasay City.

According to BI , the LBO is based on the mandate of the Department of Justice ( DOJ ) on July 21, 2015 , which placed its promoter Brown and John Michael Pio Roda.

The ruling stated by DOJ to BI that requires any foreign nationals  to ensure a LBO holding Emigration Clearance Certificate ( ECC ) before allowed to leave the Philippines.

Tan explained , the LBO is not the same as a hold departure order ( HDO ) which initially was allowed to leave the country with ECC from the bureau and with the consent of the DOJ.

Under ILB , all foreigners are required to have ECC stated in Section 22 - A of the Philippine Immigration Act to ensure that there is no case in the Philippines.

Chris Brown was about to leave the country  yesterday after  his concert last Friday night when he was blocked at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport ( NAIA ) for LBO.

Justice Sec . Leila de Lima, said that Iglesia ni Cristo ( INC ) and the Festive Development Corp. who oversees the Ciudad de Victoria where the Philippine Arena recourse to catch and can hold the international artist.

 It said that on July 20 a letter to the DOJ send by Glicerio Santos, head of the LTD legal council and chief operating officer of Festive Development Corp. and  requested that his trial was a John Brown and Michael Pio Roda estafa they filed

The case start when singer Chris Brown, did not attend the New Year's Countdown on December 31, 2014 Philippine Arena despite the company allegedly paid the singer.
source: abante